Top 15 WordPress Academic Plugins

  • Zotpress

    Zotpress displays your Zotero citations on WordPress.

  • MathJax-LaTeX

    This plugin enables mathjax (http://www.mathjax.org) functionality for WordPress (http://www.wordpress.org).

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  • Side Matter

    Turns footnotes into sidenotes, magically aligning each note in the sidebar next to its corresponding reference in the text.

  • Student Result or Employee Database

    A simple student result or employee database system , can be used for multiple database entry management system. Fully ajax supported.

  • Commons In A Box

    A platform for easy and powerful community websites. Powered by BuddyPress.

  • Quiz Tool Lite

    A light weight quiz tool aimed at academics wanting to create interactive learning content. Insert a single question or deploy an entire quiz.

  • KCite

    A tool for producing citations and bibliographies in Wordpress posts. Developed for the Knowledgeblog project (http://knowledgeblog.org).

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  • AcademicPress

    Turn your Blog into an academic publishing site

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  • PDF Creator Lite

    Let visitors and admins create PDFs of your site content at the click of a button.

  • JP Students Result Management System

    Simple But Powerful Students Result Management System.

  • Class Blogs

    Makes it easy to use blogs in your teaching.

  • PMID Citation Plus

    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.

  • Enhanced BibliPlug

    Collaborative bibliography management for authors in WordPress.

  • WP Academic People List

    Provides the ability to profile users academically and create categories of academic people. View a list of projects, publications, and research areas

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  • PubMed Posts

    This plugin adds a dashboard widget that creates posts from PubMed articles, plus a search widget that finds posts with specific article data.

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