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FYS- The Meaning of Life- Wells (2016): Using and Citing Information

This guide is meant to provide you with a reference point for the material that we discussed in class. For further assistance with your research, please schedule a research consultation with Catie.

Zotero

Zotero is a powerful online citation manager. Go to zotero.org and set up a new account. See the library's helpful video tutorials here.

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

 

If you need extra help getting set up, come to the Research Help Desk for one-on-one time with a librarian on Zotero Days or book a research consultation with Catie, who will provide customized help.

Zotero workshops are also a great way to begin. Keep an eye out for our Spring workshop series. 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