Thursday September 28th
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM (via Zoom)
Title: Mastering Zotero: Discover the Power of Citation Management
Summary: In this workshop, we will show you the value of managing citations and how easy it is to create your own library! We will show you a world where your bibliography assembles itself while you pour your energy into writing and research! Join us to dive deep into the magic of Zotero and discover tools and tricks to streamline your research process.
What’s In Store?
- Understanding the power of citation management
- Learning to manage citations effortlessly with the desktop application and browser plugin
- Become comfortable using Zotero alongside highly used LIS databases
- Discover the power of syncing libraries across multiple devices
- Find out how to collaborate on group projects and share resources
I am a third year PhD student in Library and Information Science. I came back to school to do my MLIS in 2019 and citation management was a major source of stress. I was introduced to Zotero early on and have been an advocate of citation management ever since. I have tried endless alternatives including EndNote, Mendeley, and PaperPile and while they all have their strengths, I always come back to Zotero. I am so grateful to have learned about citation management software so early on in my studies as I have been able to build the skills and competencies to manage very large quantities of academic writing as I work through different phases of my dissertation. I have learned a lot the hard way so you don’t have to!
Sodiq Onaolapo (Honour-lap-or) is an LIS Doctoral Candidate at FIMS, Western University, He obtained his undergraduate and Masters degrees in Library, Archival, and Information Studies with distinctions from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. His research interests include Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Scholarly communication, mobile learning, collection management, and the adoption and use of information technologies in different contexts. Sodiq has co-authored research articles in peer-reviewed journals.