A WordPress plugin extending the functionality of WordPress for Academic Blogging.
Simple But Powerful Students Result Management System.
A simple student result or employee database system , can be used for multiple database entry management system. Fully ajax supported.
Zotpress displays your Zotero citations on WordPress.
A light weight quiz tool aimed at academics wanting to create interactive learning content. Insert a single question or deploy an entire quiz.
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Let visitors and admins create PDFs of your site content at the click of a button.
This plugin enables mathjax (http://www.mathjax.org) functionality for WordPress (http://www.wordpress.org).
Transcludes content from arXiv and other academic repositories.
Displays bibliographic metadata both for humans and computers.
A tool for producing citations and bibliographies in WordPress posts. Developed for the Knowledgeblog project (http://knowledgeblog.org).
Turns footnotes into sidenotes, magically aligning each note in the sidebar next to its corresponding reference in the text.
This plugin adds a dashboard widget that creates posts from PubMed articles, plus a search widget that finds posts with specific article data.
This plugin allows you to simply enter in PubMed IDs (PMIDs) and have a references list automatically built at the bottom of your post for you.
A tool for publishing WordPress-hosted academic syllabi to GitHub.
Collaborative bibliography management for authors in WordPress.
Makes it easy to use blogs in your teaching.
Turn your Blog into an academic publishing site
Connect posts and external resources (websites, pdf, doc, data). Use Captions, Footnotes, Bibliography. Netblog is highly customizable.
Convert your WordPress site into an enhanced publication.
Provides the ability to profile users academically and create categories of academic people. View a list of projects, publications, and research areas
Adds some lightweight features to manage scientific groups and users.
This plugin writes an alphabetic list of posts in a single category in place of a [ktoc] shortcode.