How to Read, Write, and Organize in a Digital Environment

Learn how to read, organize, and write in ways that make sense for you, your sources, and your project.

Today’s scholarly environment is a mix of digital and print materials, systems, and applications. If you’re confused, you’re not alone! But entrepreneurial readers and writers can take advantage of this environment: You can turn chaos into opportunity by combining strategies and tools in ways that leverage your own strengths and make sense for your projects.

The chart below is a “menu” of some of the strategies, tools, and assistance available to you at every stage of a project. Choose from the menu to create the best workflow for each of your projects.

How to Be a Scholar in a Digital Environment

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