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Milothegradcat

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  1. Does anyone here use a reference database to manage their primary source documents (pdfs, pics of documents, etc.)? I use Zotero for my secondary sources, but I don't love it for organizing primary sources. I'm posting this topic here rather than under the research forum because most of the info I've found on this topic has been geared for people in the sciences. I'm looking for a free or low-cost reference manager to use for pdfs and pics of primary source documents that are often handwritten or contain faded print. I'd like to be able to track notes and organize large numbers of
  2. PhD. I loved the secluded atmosphere on campus & that it was so close to NYC, but my impression was that the program was geared toward students who could afford it (which unfortunately wasn't me) . . . Hope this helps!
  3. PhD. I loved the secluded atmosphere on campus & that it was so close to NYC, but my impression was that the program was geared toward students who could afford it (which unfortunately wasn't me) . . . Hope this helps!
  4. I applied & was accepted to the Drew History & Culture program. I was offered funding to cover most of my tuition but the cost of living in Madison is crazy high. To pay for the remaining tuition & live near enough to commute would've meant taking out way more loan money than I'd ever be able to pay back. Check out cost of living in the area before you make any decisions.
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