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Content Zotero, Mendeley, and Endnote are tools used to gather, organize, and analyze information resources for your research. Create a database of articles/references, cite resources as you write, work with or annotate pdfs, collaborate with others, and more. This introduction & demonstration will get you started. Register at the Tech Workshop site here.
February 15 (10:50 AM) and March 14 (10:50 AM) both in the Main Library, first floor, room 152.
Use the link above to register for a session. 15 seats
Added Sessions Register at the Tech Workshop site here.
Content This workshop will show three of the most popular systems out there; Zotero, Mendeley and EndNote. See how they capture references or full-text articles (pdfs) from databases, generate bibliographies quickly, and work within Word as you write. Laptop not needed, but bring it if you already use the Flashzone-WPA on campus.
As a part of KSU's Graduate Professional and Academic Development (GPAD) workshop series for the Spring of 2017, this is a free, one-hour session.
Date, time, place: February 28, at 10 AM, in room 319 of the Kent Student Center.
Graduate students can see GPAD information and register for this session here.
Clinics will provide walk in support for moving references from RefWorks to Zotero, EndNote, or Mendeley.
Dates and Times below. Sessions in room 152 of the Main Library, Kent Campus.
Register at the Tech Workshop site here.
The following librarians can be contacted for consultation regarding transitions. Consultation may be for individuals or small groups. These sessions will focus on basics of transitioning. Advanced use instruction may be arranged for other sessions - TBA.