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Bibliography and Citation Management Software: Practical tools to support your academic research

Bibliography and Citation Management Software: Practical tools to support your academic research
170 St. George Street, Room 617, Jackman Humanities Building
Time: Feb 23rd, 10:30 am End: Feb 23rd, 12:00 am
Interest Categories: Humanities, English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), 2000-
Digital Humanities Workshop

A Records of Early English Drama (REED) Sponsored Digital Humanities Workshop

Bibliography and Citation Management Software
Practical tools to support your academic research

Instructor: Kathy Chung, Post-doctoral Fellow, Records of Early English Drama, U of T

Bibliography and citation management software help you:

• Maintain and organise your on-going set of research bibliographies.
• Take notes from sources and organise them more efficiently.
• Easily create bibliographies in multiple citation formats.
• "Cite While You Write" to make the writing process more efficient.
• Collaborate with others and share your bibliographies with colleagues.

This workshop introduces you to bibliography and citation software in general and, more specifically, the use of EndNote (proprietary software) and Zotero, two of the most popular academic bibliography and citation managers used today.

Prior Knowledge: No experience with the software required.

Preparation: Bring your laptops with EndNote (30-day free trial) and Zotero (open source plugin for Firefox or Standalone version if you don't use Firefox) installed if you want to follow along with the live demonstration. See following instructions:

EndNote: Go to http://endnote.com/downloads; select 30-day free trial.
Zotero: Go to https://www.zotero.org/support/installation; select the version you wish.


Registration is necessary 

This event is free, but is available only to graduate students enrolled in humanities disciplines at the University of Toronto. Registration is required and attendance will be capped at 18. Please email Kathy Chung at kky.chung@utoronto.ca by Friday 19 February to register.

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