Search Results for “zotero” – OHIO University Libraries

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  • Getting Data into Zotero

    Zotero is your own personal database. In order to be useful, it has to have data. There are several ways of getting data into Zotero. Importing from Other Tools We anticipate that many of our users will be importing their citations from RefWorks, which we will no longer support after June 30, 2013. Start by … Continued

  • Zotero

    Zotero is a citation manager, a “free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.” For a fuller description, see Zotero’s home page. As of July 1, 2014 the Ohio University Libraries will no longer maintain a subscription to RefWorks; we will, instead, support Zotero. With Zotero you can easily collect citation information as … Continued

  • Using Zotero Off-Campus

    Zotero will work both on- and off-campus. Please note, however: to use Zotero off-campus for the purpose of adding citations from our subscription databases to your account with links that will work correctly later on, there are certain conditions you must meet: You must use Firefox with the Zotero extension installed and active. Neither the … Continued

  • Creating Citations in Zotero

    To create a citation for an individual item,  a group of items, or an entire collection, right-click on the item(s), and then choose “Create Bibliography From Item(s) (or Collection)”. You should see a box like the one shown on the right.  Choose your Citation Style and whether you want to create a citation or bibliography. A citation is … Continued

  • Working with Your Data in Zotero

    All items in your Zotero account reside in a top-level folder called My Library. You can create as many individual folders, called Collections, beneath it as you wish, usually one per project. To do this, click on the folder icon in the toolbar:  and give your new collection a name.  Once you click on an individual … Continued

  • Zotero Groups

    Zotero Groups allows you to share collections with any number of individuals in classes, work groups, etc. There is no limit on how many members may join your groups. Your full storage subscription is always available to your personal and group libraries. There are three types of groups: Private: only group members and users invited … Continued

  • Learn New Skills with our Fall 2016 Research Workshop Series

    The Fall semester workshops focus on citation management, finding data, developing effective slides and posters and public speaking skills. … Continued

  • Services

    The Libraries offers students, faculty, and staff access to technology, research tools and information, and meeting space. Friends of the Library, visitors, and community members can utilize the technology and research tools and information at the library. If you have questions, just Ask Us. For Undergraduate Students My Library Account Interlibrary Loan-ILLiad Zotero – help managing … Continued

  • AMA Style

    AMA (American Medical Association) Style is primarily used in medical and healthcare-related fields. Alden Library owns several physical copies of the AMA Manual of Style. There are also some helpful, online tools that can be utilize to boast your AMA knowledge. The AMA Manual of Style’s official website has all sorts of helpful resources: Style … Continued

  • Focus on Research Workshop Series Offered to Build Research Skills

    The Focus On Research Workshop Series supports the development of skills needed throughout the research cycle. … Continued