Zotero 6 – Automate Your Research and Referencing Workflow
Discover How To Collect, Organize, Annotate and Cite Research Using Zotero 6 Citation Management Software
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Instructor(s): Research Coach Academy
Last update: 2022-09-21
What you’ll learn
- Create a Zotero account
- Download Zotero
- Add items to your Zotero library
- Add a research paper from Google Scholar
- Structure and organize your Zotero library
- Read, annotate and highlight research papers using Zotero
- Generate in-text citations in Microsoft Word
- Generate your bibliography in Microsoft Word
- An eagerness to learn and a strong desire to save time by learning how to use Zotero effectively is all that we ask!
- A PC or laptop capable of running Zotero and an internet connection.
Learn the secrets of never manually creating a reference or in-text citation again, with the most up to date version of Zotero released this year, Zotero 6 (available for Windows, Mac and Linux) and take your research paper writing to the next level!
Have you spent countless hours trying to cite in the right referencing style only to discover that you had done it all wrong and lost marks on your paper?
Have you been manually creating your references?
Do you write a lot of research papers and have to cite a range of sources often?
Do you want to save time when referencing your academic work?
Then join me in making referencing easier without it taking forever.
What is reference management software and why should you use it?
Reference management software or citation managers allow you to collect, store and organise your references, and insert them into your documents quickly and easily. There are many options; Mendeley, EndNote and Zotero – Zotero being the only truly free and open-source reference management software.
Once you have stored a reference, you can use it over and over again in your reference list or bibliography. This can save you a lot of time, as you don’t have to manually type a reference each time you cite a particular source. Zotero reference manager works with Microsoft Office, LibreOffice and Google Docs.
Content and Overview
This course will introduce you to Zotero and show you how to:
Create an account.
Install the software.
Add references to your Zotero library.
Automatically generate your reference list in one-click.
Read and annotate your documents within Zotero.
Organize your Zotero library using advanced techniques.
We are going to teach you the skills that will allow you spend less time worrying about referencing and more time writing up your research.
I designed this course to be easily understood by everyone, there are no requirements to join the course, we only ask that you come open minded and ready to learn.
By the end of this course, you’ll know how to use Mendeley to help you become a productive and successful researcher.
See you inside the course!
Who this course is for
- PhD students
- Early Career Researchers
- Academics looking to improve their research workflow and save time.
- Students at school, college or university who no longer want to spend hours manually referencing their research.
- Librarians and information professionals with an interest in reference management software.
- Teachers who want to learn about the tool and teach to their students.
- Setting up Zotero
- How to download Zotero and install the Zotero Connector
- Navigating the Zotero interface
- What Zotero looks like the first time you open the programme
- Accessing Zotero on the web
- Adding references to your library
- How to add a reference from Google Scholar
- Why you should start syncing your library right now
- How to add an existing library to Zotero from another reference manager
- How to add existing PDF’s and folders to your library
- How to manually create a reference
- How to remove duplicates from your library
- Searching your library and organising your references
- Creating folders to organize your research
- Creating tags to identify papers quickly
- How to search your library for specific papers
- How to customize your Zotero library view
- Reading and annotating your documents
- How to read, highlight and annotate PDFs in Zotero
- Generating your reference list
- Generating in-text citations, reference list and how to change style
- EXTRA – Want To Take Your Research To The Next Level?
- Become a Search Superstar
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