Zotero Workshop

by Feb 18, 2011Tech0 comments

Need help learning how to organize your digital life—especially your study files, notes, and links? Check out Duncan Johnson’s workshop at BJU’s Mack Library. Sign up at the link.

zResearching with Zotero
Saturday, Feb. 19
10:00-11:30 AM
ML 3 Technology Classroom

Zotero makes individual and collaborative research easier. It allows you to easily gather and share reference information and to incorporate that information into your footnotes and bibliographies. It is also completely free, developed by an international community of developers and scholars which shapes its future roadmap.

Students from all majors are welcome.

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