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 ====Upcoming Scheduled Workshops ==== ====Upcoming Scheduled Workshops ====
 ^ Date      ^ Location ​    ^ ^ Date      ^ Location ​    ^
-November 8th, 2013 Advanced Zotero - Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA*|+ | |
 [[http://​www.zotero.org/​zotero/​workshopregistration|Online Registration]] [[http://​www.zotero.org/​zotero/​workshopregistration|Online Registration]]
  
-*this is a special one day workshop designed for advanced users of Zotero at a cost of $250 per attendee.+There are currently no workshops planned.
  
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-====Meet ​your Workshop Leaders====+====Meet ​Your Workshop Leaders==== 
 //Your workshop will be conducted by one of these Zotero experts.// //Your workshop will be conducted by one of these Zotero experts.//
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-**Sebastian Karcher** ​is finishing his dissertation ​in political science ​at 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.+**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 [[http://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​community-spotlight-sebastian-karcher/​|this interview]] with Sebastian in July 2011. The Zotero blog featured [[http://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​community-spotlight-sebastian-karcher/​|this interview]] with Sebastian in July 2011.
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-**Avram Lyon** is a Ph.D. student in Slavic languages and literatures at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has worked with the Zotero community since 2008, contributing and maintaining many of the translators that let Zotero read metadata from webpages and import and export in various formats. He also maintains [[dev:​translators:​scaffold|Scaffold]],​ the primary tool for authoring translators,​ has contributed patches to the core Zotero code, and has authored large pieces of the Zotero documentation for translator authors. In September 2011, Avram released the first mobile client for Zotero, [[http://​www.zotero.org/​blog/​zotero-apps-go-mobile/​|Zandy]],​ one of the first full-fledged implementations of the Zotero server API. Avram has extensive experience supporting users of all stripes in their uses of Zotero, through regular posts on the Zotero forums and in specialized Zotero workshops, such as the three held in Madison, Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois in April 2011. 
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