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Roland Gesthuizen

How to sync Zotero sources and share group libraries (intermediate) | Jack Dougherty - 27 views

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    "There's lots of citation management tools out there, but one of the primary reasons I recommend the free and open-source Zotero tool from  CHNM is its automatic syncing service, and ability to share sources - with PDF attachments - in a group library, such as a class or research team. Here's a quick tutorial, and see additional details on the Zotero support page."
Roland Gesthuizen

Mendeley sells out; I'm moving to Zotero | Life and Data - 23 views

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    "it was confirmed that Elsevier bought Mendeley for an amount between $69-100 million. This announcement opened the floodgates of people denouncing the deal and Mendeley people's promises that they won't change. It was sad to see them try to promise something they will have no control over and never talking about any evidence or contractual obligations to protect what Mendeley is from what most people perceive Elsevier is."
Roland Gesthuizen

RTF/ODF-Scan for Zotero by Zotero-ODF-Scan - 1 views

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    "RTF/ODF-Scan for Zotero is an add-on for the Zotero reference manager software that allows users to insert citation markers into any document saved as .odt (e.g. by software such as google docs or Scrivener) and then convert those into active Zotero citations. It requires Zotero, LibreOffice and the Zotero LibreOffice plugin. "
Michelle Kassorla

You may never have to teach style again! - 59 views

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    Zotero is an open-source program developed by George Mason University's Center for History and the New Media. You have to teach your students how to use it, but it is time well spent. They can create individual and group libraries, automatically create bibliographies and citations in CMS, MLA, APA, etc., and grow research skills. You can learn how to use this powerful free program by checking out the numerous free YouTube videos, or check out my step-by-step guide at: http://drkblog.wordpress.com/resources/using-zotero/
Michael Steiner

Zotero - 17 views

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    Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten mit Zotero
Randolph Hollingsworth

Notetaking with Zotero - idea first then source - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher ... - 9 views

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    Shows how the old notecards can go digital pretty easily - has screenshots too
Terry Elliott

Journalism for the 21st Century: Zotero, Diigo and Research - 2 views

  • Diigo is good if you want to save websites of interest, and then access them from any computer. It does not provide the automatic bibliography of Zotero, but the user could simply save his bookmarks, return to the sites, hit the Zotero button and the problem is quickly solved. Diigo also features a highlighting tool that allows the user to select text from the site and write comments. If the user is logged in to Diigo and returns to the site, the highlights and comments remain. It it also somewhat useful if you want to find websites related to a certain topic that you are interested in. However, finding academic type articles or journal entires in a person's bookmarks is rare.
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    This is exactly how I use Zotero and Diigo. Extensions are tools that can be loosely joined. Integration may not be an entirely desireable outcome considering the hiearchies needed to manage it.
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    Using diigo and zotero together.
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