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Zotero About us Courses & workshops Consultancy services Clients & publications Seven Free Online Tools for Scheduling Appointments If you have ever had to organize volunteers for an event, set appointments for parent-teacher conferences, or tried to organize a potluck, you know that it can become a communication mess. Fortunately, there are some good tools to help you out the next time you find yourself trying to organize appointments. Doodle is a free tool for scheduling group meetings with the input of all group members. Doodle is essentially a polling platform. To use Doodle you create a meeting title, select a series of dates and times for a possible meeting, then invite people to choose the dates and times that work best for them. As the administrator of a scheduling poll you can set the final meeting time based on the most commonly selected date and time.

Advanced Marketing Institute - Headline Analyzer Enter Your Headline Text Paste your headline in the text area below. The analysis engine will automatically cut your submission at 20 words, so we encourage you to do a word count before submitting! This will ensure the most accurate analysis. What is the Headline Analyzer? This free tool will analyze your headline to determine the Emotional Marketing Value (EMV) score.

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How Happy Are Your Photos? New Web Tool Sees Emotions in Pictures The Hack of the Week Series highlights a new hackathon programming project each week. Monday was a happier day than Sunday — at least for the subjects shown in The Guardian's daily photo feature, "24 hours in pictures". A new website called The Emotional Breakdown looks at this page on The Guardian's website every day and categorizes the facial expressions in its photos as happy, sad, angry, surprised or neutral. In Monday's slideshow, for instance, 25% of the expressions were happy. That's an improvement over Sunday, when 40% of the site's expressions were angry. The tool also works when you type in the URL of other sites.

Digital Collections and Aggregations Libraries, museums, and archives have been producing digital collections for decades, providing scholars with broad access to countless special collections. Researchers engaged in digital scholarship have also created many digital collections tailored to the interests of their particular research communities. Both kinds of collections are curated, in that they have been carefully selected and assembled for a specific purpose or audience. In the networked information environment, curated collections will become increasingly important as organizational units for the scattered and diverse mass of available digital information and for providing coherent contexts for meaningful engagement with that information. Aggregations, or collections of collections, are essential backbone resources in the evolving e-research platform that also need to be curated if they are to truly support and enhance discovery and innovation across the disciplines.

The Trusted Leader in HTML5 Document Viewing Interact with your documents Crocodoc comes with a robust set of commenting and markup tools that enable interactive document workflows. These include: commenting tools, drawing tools, highlighting tools, textbox tools, and strikethrough tools. 39 Blogging Tools to Help You Work Faster & Write Better When you’re finding amazing content to share on social media—the kind of thing that grabs attention and gets people to click, share, and comment—one of the most valuable, most original places to turn is your own blog and the content you personally create. So the questions become: How to create amazing content, how to put together blogposts strategically and efficiently, and how to get your content out to the masses. Writing tips are a good place to start. And to supplement the words you use to build your blogposts, I’ve found a huge number of blogging tools that help with everything from coming up with ideas to spread the content far and wide. Do you have a favorite blogging tool? Read on to see if it’s included here in the list, and drop a note in the comments with which ones you love.

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