New Tool Organizes Notes and Bibliographic Entries
NoteWorthy Virtual Notecards from IntelliGents is a database platform in which students, professors and researchers can store, organize and retrieve their notes, quotes and bibliographic references. It operates on the metaphor of “virtual notecards” and allows researchers to store and organize notes on their computers, much as they do with 3 x 5” index cards. Now, however, they have the added power of fast searching and sorting.
The program allows users to store millions of fully formatted notes and quotes up to hundreds of pages in length, along with keywords and links to bibliographic information. Existing electronic bibliographies can be imported from bibliographic programs like EndNote and ProCite, and can be integrated in the NoteWorthy database. Information from the Web and other programs can also be cut and pasted, or even hyplerlinked in the database. It is available for Windows and Mac, and data can be exchanged between the two platforms. IntelliGents, Middletown, CT, www.intelli-gents.com.
This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.