Archive for September, 2007

Inside Higher Ed Gives Zotero Two Thumbs Up

Scott McLemee has posted a very thorough review of Zotero on Inside Higher Education. The article does an excellent job explaining Zotero “for the absolute newbie” and has already sparked some thoughtful comments and discussion from faculty and staff in the higher education community. Give it a read and join in the conversation.

For further Zotero reading, you might take a look at a Q and A about Zotero the Institute for Museum and Library Services recently posted to their website. If you would rather listen, you might be more interested in a conversation about Zotero from the Talking with Talis podcast series. Still hungry for more Zotero news and reviews? You can always take a look at what people are saying about Zotero in our documentation section.

T-Shirts for Taglines: New Monthly Zotero Contest

Zotero T-Shirt Zotero is almost a year old, and all kinds of researchers are making use of the tool. What catchy phrase do you think best captures what Zotero does for you? Post your suggestions here and you could win a Zotero t-shirt. Each month we will select the best tagline and add it to the rotating catch phrases at the top of the Zotero homepage. Winners not only receive a t-shirt but also bragging rights, so start posting!



Zotero Gets Your Style

Our first new wave of bibliographic styles is now available. We now support IEEE, Nature and the National Library of Medicine‘s bibliographic styles. It is now easier than ever to work with references in these formats. If you find any formatting issues with these styles please post your comments in this thread. If you are still waiting for Zotero to support your favorite style post your suggestion in this thread, or consider creating your own bibliographic style.

Visualize Your Zotero Collections in Timelines

Zotero Timeline

The latest version of Zotero, 1.0.0rc3, integrates MIT’s SIMILE Timeline widget, allowing you to generate timelines in a single click from any collection or saved search. Watch this screencast to see how it works.

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