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Upcoming Scheduled Workshops

Date Location

Online Registration

There are currently no workshops planned.

Zotero Training Workshop

Zotero trainers offer two-day workshops at locations across the US. At a cost of $350 per attendee, workshops offer the opportunity to:

Through these workshops, participants will acquire a solid understanding of Zotero’s capabilities and how those capabilities can best meet users’ needs.

In addition to scheduled workshops, Zotero trainers can also be engaged for private or customized workshops. Please contact training@zotero.org with your specific needs.

The Workshops

The workshops combine short presentations with interactive, “hands-on” components, as well as the opportunity for participants to exchange their own experiences with Zotero. Participants will gain valuable insights in the nuts and bolts of Zotero, how to better support and promote Zotero, and how Zotero can serve the different needs of members of the academic community.

Target Audience

Anyone who wants to introduce or support Zotero at her/his institution, or is already doing so. This may include (but is not limited to)

Prerequisites: None. Basic familiarity with Zotero is recommended. No programming knowledge whatsoever required.

Contents

The workshop leaders will adjust the contents and the focus of workshop sessions to participants' interests. A sample agenda for a Workshop can be found here. Generally, workshops will include the following topics:

Usage and Support
Under the Hood

Meet your Workshop Leaders

Your workshop will be conducted by one of these Zotero experts.

Sebastian Karcher holds a PhD in political science from Northwestern University. Known in the Zotero world by his screen-name “adamsmith” he has been an active member of the Zotero community since 2008. As one of the most active developers of CSL citation styles, he has been an important contributor to the success of the CSL project in and beyond Zotero. Over the last year he has also contributed and repaired dozens of Zotero translators. In more than 10,000 forum posts, Sebastian has answered countless user questions and in the process developed a deep understanding of the issues different types of users face in their daily use of Zotero. The Zotero blog featured this interview with Sebastian in July 2011.