Introduction to Zotero, 2013

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  • CHNM - Center for History and New Media, George Mason Ucreating and providing digital resources for learning and teaching historydeveloping publications and tools for digital humanities scholarly communication (Zotero, Omeka,…)Zoterosince 2006, server sync since mid-2008one of a class of things called reference managersopen source
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    1. 1. http://www.flickr.com/photos/davekellam/13728964/,photo by Dave Kellam, words by Karin Dalziel 1
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    3. 3. Wikipedia, Comparison of reference management software,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_reference_management_software and see also Martin Fenner’s Reference Manager Overview,http://blogs.plos.org/mfenner/reference-manager-overview/ 3
    4. 4. reference management cloud socialcomputing networking zotero 4
    5. 5. Zotero and your libraryare specific to machineunless you sync 5
    6. 6. bottom of Firefoxlibrary citations record tags 6
    7. 7. folders 7
    8. 8. if enabled 8
    9. 9. record inamazon 9
    10. 10. record inopac 10
    11. 11. multiplerecords 11
    12. 12. record inindexing service 12
    13. 13. multiplerecords 13
    14. 14. records inGoogle Scholar 14
    15. 15. blog posting 15
    16. 16. any webpage 16
    17. 17. highlightedcontent 17
    18. 18. YouTube video 18
    19. 19. flickr image 19
    20. 20. multiple images 20
    21. 21. manually createnew record 21
    22. 22. add standaloneor child note attachments 22
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    26. 26. 26
    27. 27. good for export 27
    28. 28. you can also drag anddrop intoWord, Gdocs, OpenOffice 28
    29. 29. Anderson, J. D., & Hofmann, M. A. (2006). A fully faceted syntax for Library of Congress subject headings. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 43(1), 7-38.Broughton, V. (2006). The need for a faceted classification as the basis of all methods of information retrieval. Aslib Proceedings, 58(1), 49-72.Broughton, V., & Slavic, A. (2007). Building a faceted classification for the humanities: Principles and procedures. Journal of Documentation, 63(5), 727-754.Ellis, D., & Vasconcelos, A. (2000). The relevance of facet analysis for World Wide Web subject organization and searching. Journal of Internet Cataloging, 2(3/4), 97-114.Foskett, A. C. (2000). The future of faceted classification. In The future of classification (pp. 69- 80). Brookfield, VT: Gower.Franklin, R. A. (2003). Re-inventing subject access for the semantic Web. Online Information Review, 27(2), 94-101.Hagedorn, K., Chapman, S., & Newman, D. (2007). Enhancing search and browse using automated clustering of subject metadata. D-Lib Magazine, 13(7/8). Retrieved from http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july07/hagedorn/07hagedorn.html.Lapointe, F., & Legendre, P. (1994). A classification of pure malt scotch whiskies. Applied Statistics, 43(1), 237-257.Wilson, K. (2006). OPAC 2.0: Next generation online library catalogues ride the Web 2.0 wave! Information Technology and Libraries, 128–139. 29
    30. 30. backing up 30
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    32. 32. but, filed under “a” 32
    33. 33. editing online 33
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    35. 35. used for coursesupport 35
    36. 36. Twitter,Facebook,etc. 36
    37. 37. Chromeconnector forstandalone 37
    38. 38. Web app in iPad,iPhone, mobile site 38
    39. 39. True mobile appsZotPad $9.99 39
    40. 40. pluginset al. 40
    41. 41. pluginset al. 41
    42. 42. http://www.zotero.org/support/screencast_tutorials/zotero_and_word 42
    43. 43. video tutorials 43
    44. 44. http://purchase.libguides.com/zotero 44

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