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 | Date | Date of publication. Use "​Accessed"​ for the date an electronic resource was accessed. | | Date | Date of publication. Use "​Accessed"​ for the date an electronic resource was accessed. |
 |Short Title|Short form of the title, often without the subtitle. Used mostly in footnote styles for subsequent citations| |Short Title|Short form of the title, often without the subtitle. Used mostly in footnote styles for subsequent citations|
-| Language | The language of publication for an item. We recommend storing these as two letter [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​List_of_ISO_639-1_codes|ISO language codes]] followed by two letter [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISO_3166-1_alpha-2|ISO country codes]] (e.g., en-US for American English, or de-DE for German).\\ The Language field is used to determine whether [[/​support/​kb/​preventing_title_casing_for_non-english_titles|English Title Casing rules]] should be applied when formatting item titles. If the stored item data is in English (e.g., for translated titles), enter en-US, even if the item content is in another language. |+| Language | The language of publication for an item. We recommend storing these as two letter [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​List_of_ISO_639-1_codes|ISO language codes]] followed by two letter [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISO_3166-1_alpha-2|ISO country codes]] (e.g., en-US for American English, or de-DE for German).\\ The Language field is used to determine whether [[/​support/​kb/​preventing_title_casing_for_non-english_titles|English Title Casing rules]] should be applied when formatting item titles. If the stored item data is in English (e.g., for translated titles), enter en-US or en-UK, even if the item content is in another language. |
  
 ==== Fields for Books and Periodicals ==== ==== Fields for Books and Periodicals ====
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 | Journal Abbr | The abbreviated title of a journal. When using the Zotero Word or LibreOffice plugins, Zotero can automatically abbreviate titles using the MEDLINE list. Use this field to enter abbreviations using other systems or for generating bibliographies outside of a word processor. | | Journal Abbr | The abbreviated title of a journal. When using the Zotero Word or LibreOffice plugins, Zotero can automatically abbreviate titles using the MEDLINE list. Use this field to enter abbreviations using other systems or for generating bibliographies outside of a word processor. |
 | ISBN | The [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISBN|International Standard Book Number]] of a book or other publication. | | ISBN | The [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISBN|International Standard Book Number]] of a book or other publication. |
-| ISSN | The [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISSN|International Standard Serial Number]] of a periodical or series ​publiaction. |+| ISSN | The [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​ISSN|International Standard Serial Number]] of a periodical or series ​publication. |
  
 ==== Fields Related to When and How Items Were Accessed ==== ==== Fields Related to When and How Items Were Accessed ====
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 | URL | URL (web-address) where the full item was accessed. Do not use this field for links to catalog records (e.g., libraries or Google Books) or abstracts—these should be instead added as links. | | URL | URL (web-address) where the full item was accessed. Do not use this field for links to catalog records (e.g., libraries or Google Books) or abstracts—these should be instead added as links. |
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-| Archive | Mainly for archival resources, the archive where an item was found. Also used for repositories,​ such as government report databases, ​insitutional ​repositories,​ or subject repositories. |+| Archive | Mainly for archival resources, the archive where an item was found. Also used for repositories,​ such as government report databases, ​institutional ​repositories,​ or subject repositories. |
 | Loc. in Archive | The location of an item in an archive, such as a box and folder number or other relevant location information from the finding aid. Include the subcollection/​call number, box number, and folder number together in this field. For additional tips on citing archival sources in Zotero, see [[https://​web.archive.org/​web/​20150220133939/​http://​guides.library.harvard.edu/​content.php?​pid=535700&​sid=4445138|here]]. | | Loc. in Archive | The location of an item in an archive, such as a box and folder number or other relevant location information from the finding aid. Include the subcollection/​call number, box number, and folder number together in this field. For additional tips on citing archival sources in Zotero, see [[https://​web.archive.org/​web/​20150220133939/​http://​guides.library.harvard.edu/​content.php?​pid=535700&​sid=4445138|here]]. |
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 ==== Fields for Reports and Theses ==== ==== Fields for Reports and Theses ====
 | Type \\ Report Type | The type of report (e.g., "​Technical report",​ "CPTO Technical Brief"​) or thesis (e.g., "​Doctoral dissertation",​ "Ph.D. thesis",​ "​Master thesis";​ the word '​thesis'​ or '​dissertation'​ should be included where applicable). | | Type \\ Report Type | The type of report (e.g., "​Technical report",​ "CPTO Technical Brief"​) or thesis (e.g., "​Doctoral dissertation",​ "Ph.D. thesis",​ "​Master thesis";​ the word '​thesis'​ or '​dissertation'​ should be included where applicable). |
-| Report Number | The number of a report. Do not include the words "​Number",​ "​No.",​ "​Nº",​ or similar; these will be added automtically ​by the citation style. | +| Report Number | The number of a report. Do not include the words "​Number",​ "​No.",​ "Nº", "№", or similar; these will be added automatically ​by the citation style. | 
-| Institution \\ University | The instituion ​publishing a report or the university granting the degree for a thesis. |+| Institution \\ University | The institution ​publishing a report or the university granting the degree for a thesis. |
  
 ==== Fields for Presentations and Performances ==== ==== Fields for Presentations and Performances ====
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 | Format \\ File Type | The format of an audio or video recording (e.g. "​DVD,"​ "​CD,"​ "​MP3,"​ etc.). | | Format \\ File Type | The format of an audio or video recording (e.g. "​DVD,"​ "​CD,"​ "​MP3,"​ etc.). |
 | Running Time | The running time of any type of recording. Enter with the unit (e.g., 120 mins). | | Running Time | The running time of any type of recording. Enter with the unit (e.g., 120 mins). |
-| Program Title | The title of a radio of TV show of which an episode is part (e.g., "This American Life" or "60 Minutes"​). | +| Program Title | The title of a radio or TV show of which an episode is part (e.g., "This American Life" or "60 Minutes"​). | 
-| Episode Number | The episode number of a pdocast ​or TV/radio broadcast. | +| Episode Number | The episode number of a podcast ​or TV/radio broadcast. | 
 | Network | The network broadcasting a TV or radio show. | | Network | The network broadcasting a TV or radio show. |
 | Label | The recording label distributing an audio recording in a market. | | Label | The recording label distributing an audio recording in a market. |
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 ==== Fields for Primary Sources and Personal Communications ==== ==== Fields for Primary Sources and Personal Communications ====
 | Medium | For interviews, the format in which an interview was recorded (e.g., "Audio Recording",​ "Video Recording",​ "​Transcript"​). | | Medium | For interviews, the format in which an interview was recorded (e.g., "Audio Recording",​ "Video Recording",​ "​Transcript"​). |
-| Type | For letters, a description of the specific type or purpose of letter (e.g., "​Private ​correspondance). For manuscripts,​ a description of the type or status of the manuscript (e.g., "​Unpublished manuscript",​ "​Manuscript submitted for publication",​ "​Working paper"​). |+| Type | For letters, a description of the specific type or purpose of letter (e.g., "​Private ​correspondence). For manuscripts,​ a description of the type or status of the manuscript (e.g., "​Unpublished manuscript",​ "​Manuscript submitted for publication",​ "​Working paper"​). |
 | Subject | The title of an email. | | Subject | The title of an email. |
  
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 For additional and more flexible support for citing legal materials, see [[:​kb/​legal_citations|Legal Citations]]. For additional and more flexible support for citing legal materials, see [[:​kb/​legal_citations|Legal Citations]].
  
-| Bill Number |  +== Legislation and hearings == 
-| Code |  + 
-| Code Volume |  +| Name of Act | The full title of a statute. | 
-Section ​| Section of a bill or statute. | +| Bill Number | The identification number assigned to a proposed piece of legislation. ​
-| Code Pages |  |+| Code | The name of the code in which a bill or statute is published. ​
 +| Code Volume | The volume number of the code containing a bill or statute. ​
 +Code Number | The identification number assigned to a piece of legislation in the code in which it is published. | 
 +| Public Law Number | The identification number assigned to an enacted piece of legislation. See [[https://​www.loc.gov/​law/​help/​statutes.php|here]] for more details. | 
 +| Date Enacted | The date a statute was enacted. | 
 +| Section ​| The section ​of a bill or statute ​being cited. | 
 +| Committee | The committee holding a hearing. | 
 +| Document Number | The document identification number assigned to a published transcript or record of a committee hearing. | 
 +| Code Pages | The pages in the code volume containing a bill or statute. ​|
 | Legislative Body* | The legislative body (parliament,​ senate, etc.) debating a bill, holding a hearing, or passing legislation. | | Legislative Body* | The legislative body (parliament,​ senate, etc.) debating a bill, holding a hearing, or passing legislation. |
-| Session | The session of a legislative body. | +| Session | The session of a legislative body in which a bill was introduced, statute was passed, or hearing was held. | 
-| History | Resources related to the procedural history of a legal case or legislation. |+| History | Resources related to the procedural history of a bill or statute. | 
 + 
 +== Legal cases == 
 + 
 +| History | Resources related to the procedural history of a legal case. |
 | Case Name | The title of a legal case. | | Case Name | The title of a legal case. |
 | Court | The court where a legal case was argued. | | Court | The court where a legal case was argued. |
 | Date Decided | The date a legal case was decided. | | Date Decided | The date a legal case was decided. |
-| Docket Number |  +| Docket Number | The docket number assigned to a to-be-heard legal case. 
-| Reporter ​|  | +| Reporter | The reporter in which legal case is published. | 
-| Reporter Volume |  | +Reporter Volume ​| The volume number of the reporter in which legal case is published. | 
-| First Page | +First Page | The first page of the reporter volume on which case appears. |
-| Committee ​| The committee holding ​hearing. | +
-Document Number |  | +
-| Country ​| The country issuing ​patent. | +
-Assignee |  | +
-| Issuing Authority |  | +
-| Patent Number |  | +
-| Filing Date |  | +
-| Issue Date |  | +
-| Application Number |  | +
-| Priority Numbers |  | +
-| References |  | +
-| Legal Status |  | +
-| Name of Act | The full title of a statute+
-| Code Number |  | +
-| Public Law Number |  | +
-| Date Enacted |  ​|+
  
 +== Patents ==
  
 +| Country | The country issuing a patent. |
 +| Assignee | The entity to which a ownership rights for a patent are assigned. |
 +| Issuing Authority | The authority or office reviewing the application and issuing the patent. |
 +| Patent Number | The identification number assigned to a patent. |
 +| Filing Date | The date on which a patent application was filed. |
 +| Issue Date | The date on which a patent is formally issued. |
 +| Application Number | The identification number assigned to a patent application. |
 +| Priority Numbers | The international application number of a patent used for priority rights claims. |
 +| References | Resources related to the history of a patent. |
 +| Legal Status | The legal status of a patent or application. |
 ===== Item Creators ===== ===== Item Creators =====
  
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 | Performer | The individual performing on an audio recording. The ''​author''​ for Audio Recording items. | | Performer | The individual performing on an audio recording. The ''​author''​ for Audio Recording items. |
 | Composer | The composer of the music on an audio recording. | | Composer | The composer of the music on an audio recording. |
-| Words By* | The indivdual ​who wrote the words in an audio recording (e.g., the lyricist or speechwriter). ​ |+| Words By* | The individual ​who wrote the words in an audio recording (e.g., the lyricist or speechwriter). ​ |
 | Cast Member* | A member of the cast of a broadcast or performance. | | Cast Member* | A member of the cast of a broadcast or performance. |
 | Director | The director of a broadcast or recording. The ''​author''​ for Film Recording, Video Recording, Radio Broadcast, and TV Broadcast items. | | Director | The director of a broadcast or recording. The ''​author''​ for Film Recording, Video Recording, Radio Broadcast, and TV Broadcast items. |
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 | Interviewer | The person asking questions during an interview. | | Interviewer | The person asking questions during an interview. |
 | Commenter* | An individual commenting on a blog post. | | Commenter* | An individual commenting on a blog post. |
-| Recipient | The person ​recieving ​a letter, email, or message. |+| Recipient | The person ​receiving ​a letter, email, or message. |
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 | Sponsor | The principal author of a bill or piece of legislation. The ''​author''​ for Bill and Legislation items. | | Sponsor | The principal author of a bill or piece of legislation. The ''​author''​ for Bill and Legislation items. |
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 To label directors, leave the main Zotero field blank (or enter the names as Contributor) and enter the director names using ''​Director''​ in Extra. See [[#​citing_fields_from_extra|Citing Fields from Extra]] below. ​ To label directors, leave the main Zotero field blank (or enter the names as Contributor) and enter the director names using ''​Director''​ in Extra. See [[#​citing_fields_from_extra|Citing Fields from Extra]] below. ​
  
-All Creator roles (Director, Producer, Scriptwriter,​ etc.) can also be labelled by entering the names using the default ''​author''​ role for the item (//​Performer//​ for Audio Recording, //​Podcaster//​ for Podcast, and //​Director//​ for Film, Radio Broadcast, TV Broadcast, and Video Recording) and adding the appropriate labels in parentheses after the authors'​ first names—e.g.,​ MacNaughton || Ian (Producer). Note that the labels will be rendered verbatim in citations; enter abbreviated terms (e.g., "​Prod."​) here as needed.+All Creator roles (Director, Producer, Scriptwriter,​ etc.) can also be labelled by entering the names using the default ''​author''​ role for the item (//​Performer//​ for Audio Recording, //​Podcaster//​ for Podcast, and //​Director//​ for Film, Radio Broadcast, TV Broadcast, and Video Recording) and adding the appropriate labels in parentheses after the authors'​ first names or last names as appropriate for your citation style—e.g., MacNaughton || Ian (Producer) ​for APA style. Note that the labels will be rendered verbatim in citations; enter abbreviated terms (e.g., "​Prod."​) here as needed.
  
 See also [[/​media_creator_roles|Media Creator Roles]] See also [[/​media_creator_roles|Media Creator Roles]]
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 | Dataset | ''​dataset''​ | A raw dataset. | | Dataset | ''​dataset''​ | A raw dataset. |
 | Figure | ''​figure''​ | A figure included in a scientific or academic work. | | Figure | ''​figure''​ | A figure included in a scientific or academic work. |
-| Musical Score | ''​musical_score''​ | The written score for a muscial ​work. |+| Musical Score | ''​musical_score''​ | The written score for a musical ​work. |
 | Pamphlet | ''​pamphlet''​ | An informally-published work. Typically smaller and less technical than a Report. | | Pamphlet | ''​pamphlet''​ | An informally-published work. Typically smaller and less technical than a Report. |
 | Book Review | ''​review-book''​ | A review of a book. Enter these as Journal, Magazine, or Newspaper Article, depending on where they were published, by providing a "​Reviewed Author"​ creator. | | Book Review | ''​review-book''​ | A review of a book. Enter these as Journal, Magazine, or Newspaper Article, depending on where they were published, by providing a "​Reviewed Author"​ creator. |
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 If a Zotero item type is missing fields that are needed for citations, it is possible to add these fields to the Extra field. If a Zotero item type is missing fields that are needed for citations, it is possible to add these fields to the Extra field.
  
-Enter each variable on a separte ​line at the top of the Extra field in the following format:+Enter each variable on a separate ​line at the top of the Extra field in the following format:
 ''​CSL Variable: Content''​ ''​CSL Variable: Content''​
  
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