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Zotero 101: Organize Your Research   Tags: citations, citing, reference manager, zotero  

Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It works with Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.
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Welcome to Zotero 101

What can you do with Zotero?

  • Create and manage citations of books, articles, videos, etc.
  • Import citations from databases and AU Catalog.
  • Attach searchable files (e.g. PDFs), notes, link, images and tags to citations
  • Quickly create a bibliography in multiple formats (MLA, Chicago, APA...)
  • Automatically manage in-text citations in Microsoft Word or Open Office
  • Annotate and organize research results into Collections
  • Share collections through Group Libraries

 

Workshops at RBD Library

Click here to register online for a Zotero 101 workshop:

60 minute hands-on training sessions are held every semester in the RBD Library's 2nd Floor Lobby Computer Lab across from Caribou Coffee.

**FALL 2015 Workshops**

5:00PM-6:00PM

Wednesday August 26
Tuesday September 8
Wednesday September 23
Tuesday October 6
Wednesday October 21
Wednesday November 4
Wednesday November 18
Tuesday December 15 *12:00PM-1:00PM*

**If you would like to schedule a Zotero session at another time, please email Kasia Leousis, ksl0008@auburn.edu**

 

Handout

Attached below is the handout distributed during the workshop.

Architecture & Art Librarian

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Kasia Leousis
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ksl0008@auburn.edu

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
Library of Architecture, Design & Construction
Dudley Commons
334-844-1752
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