Prisca Valentino

(International) Entrepreneurship🚀 & Design Science📐


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Academic resources are updated regularly. Stay tuned!
🤖 for literature reviews:
Connected Papers: Useful to get a visual overview of an academic field, to create a bibliography for your thesis or paper, and to discover the most relevant prior and derivative works.

Litmaps:  a map software to visualise, expand & communicate your literature research expertise

SciSpace: AI-powered tool designed to help users understand research papers better, providing summaries, explanations, and even answering follow-up questions. It's a way the researcher is able to interact with academic texts offers quantitative and qualitative insight into how scientific publications cite each other. It uses a deep learning model to tell you, for a given publication: the context in which it was cited by displaying the text where the citation happened from each citing paper.
💻 for note-taking & note making:
Obsidian: is the private and flexible writing app that adapts to the way you think. It stores notes on your device, so you can access them quickly, even offline. No one else can read them. With hundreds of plugins and themes, you can shape Obsidian to fit your personality.
📝 for Thesis & Dissertation writing:
Scrivener: is the go-to app for writers used every day by students, academics, and more. Scrivener won't tell you how to write—it simply provides everything you need to start writing and keep writing.
🤖 for review & editing purposes:
Paperpal: If English is not your mother tongue it is the go-to app for academic to correct complex grammar errors, structural and technical inconsistencies, rephrase
confusing sentences, English language

Quillbot: is an AI-powered paraphrasing tool helps students and professionals rewrite, edit, and change the tone of your text to improve clarity.

📚 for review & editing purposes:
Weston, A. (2017). A rulebook for arguments. Fifth edition. Indianapolis, Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.

Otàvio Barros, L. (2016). The only Academic Phrasebook You'll ever need.  USA.

Strunk, W. I. (1999). The elements of style (4th ed.). Pearson.

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