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FYS- The Meaning of Life- Wells (2015): Using and Citing Information

This guide is meant to serve as a reminder of the concepts and strategies we discussed during our library information session. The guide includes basic how-to's and research strategies to help you get started.

Zotero

Zotero is a powerful online citation manager. Go to zotero.org and set up a new account. 

Zotero allows you to: 

1. Create a library of your citations with a single click

2. Access that library from any computer to see all of your research in one place

3. Attach the full-text article next to the citation to keep things together

4. Organize and tag your research to make it searchable

5. CREATE ONE-CLICK BIBLIOGRAPHIES, IN-TEXT CITATIONS, FOOTNOTES, OR ENDNOTES IN ANY CITATION STYLE and drag them into your word processor as you're working

There are still 2 Zotero Workshops coming up! One is Tuesday, 10/27/2015 from 4:00-4:50pm in the Cube. The other is Thursday, 11/05/2015 from 7:00-7:50 in the Cube. 

For the current schedule of upcoming workshops in the library, please visit http://libguides.wooster.edu/researchprotips

 

Digital Scholarship and Preservation Librarian

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Catie Heil
Contact:
Digital Collections,
Lower 1, Andrews Library
330-263-2225