The videos in my latest post get lost amongst all the other discussion points. 🙂
Here are the videos, all by their lonesome.
I can’t think of a reason that a researcher-writer wouldn’t fall in love with Citavi. Citavi is the “star” of this “first” video I share below.
NOTE: I put the word “first” in quotes above because in this post I’m starting with the end in mind (a Stephen Covey strategy). To start I’m posting a VIDEO of the point of this series: to get to process of raw drafting. Of course, you don’t have to use Citavi to go from an outline to a raw draft. It’s simply unsurpassed regarding this capability, though, IMHO. 🙂
Note Card Making, Outlining, and Raw Drafting with Citavi
So that’s a preview of the END goal of the video series–of getting to the raw drafting stage. The makers of Citavi currently provide Citavi Free and Citavi Pro at http://www.citavi.com.
Below are the first four of seven steps in getting there (steps #5-7 to come in February, Lord willing!)
First Four Videos in My Academic Researching-Writing Digital Workflow
Video #1 in the series
How YOU Filing?: Computer file structuring that helps you WANT to make progress
Video #2 in the series
Just Maybe the Perfect Place to Freewrite: Introducing OmmWriter
Video #3 in the series
Oh, What a Difference a new VUE Can Make: From Freewrite to Concept Map
Video #4 in the series
Using VUE To Content Map
Or, How Mickey Is Getting Out From Under a Mass of Literature by Building Up To Her Literature Collection from Her VUE Conceptual Framework Concept Map
As always, thank you for visiting/watching, please feel free to post your comments/questions via the comment feature by clicking on the THOUGHT BUBBLE at the beginning of the post.