Today I made my mind up – I had to get myself a copy of Zotero: A Guide for Librarians, Researchers, and Educators.
Zotero is an important part of my productivity suite., and I wanted to grab a copy of the book to make sure that I was actually using Zotero to its full potential. This guide is written by Jason Puckett who is the the Communication Librarian at Georgia State University Library in Atlanta, where he teaches library classes on research and information literacy skills, bibliographic software, and library technology topics.
If you work in schools then you need to read what Stacey Tayor has written about Using Zotero with Students.
Now it’s time for me to ‘fess up to my personal book trail, and how e-book services again won the day.
- Read a post that reminded me that I want to get a copy of the book, and I really should get on with it.
- Check availability on Book Depository. Fail.
- Check my university library. Fail. (Amazing – so I placed a purchase request)
- Check Amazon. $32.40 for print copy.
- Whispernet to my iPad for $12.00.
- Organize Your Research With The New Standalone Zotero (makeuseof.com)
- Major Zotero Updates Forthcoming (ntinterpretation.wordpress.com)
- Zotero does more than I thought… (moonflowerdragon.blogspot.com)
- References tools, tips and tricks (suggsedu.wordpress.com)
- Zotero 3.0 Beta (ntinterpretation.wordpress.com)
- Zotero – a free research citation manger + collaboration tool (and some other neat uses) (billymeinke.wordpress.com)