Each semester our colleague Catherine Brendow gives training sessions on Zotero attended by dozens of students. She has also written a quite comprehensive web guide to help students to use this tool. But what is Zotero and is it worth investing some time to learn how to use it? Catherine explains why it is a great tool for anyone writing essays and theses, meaning – you!Continue reading “Zotero, an essential component of your academic toolbox”
Sometimes Word or Libre Office just won’t do. Economists (and others) at the Graduate Institute need a tool such as LaTeX to insert mathematical expressions in their thesis. How can they cite their sources? Our citation managers specialist Catherine Brendow has some clues.Continue reading “Citation tools for LaTeX users”
Zotero is a great tool. You probably know it is useful when writing your essays and thesis, but have you tried its collaborative features yet? Let our resident specialist Catherine Brendow tell you how to improve group work and reference management.
You already master the basics, but would like to know some tricks to use Zotero in a more efficient way. We hear you. Here are 10 tips from our Zotero specialist, Catherine Brendow.
Legal citation is very specific, and citation managers have not been built to deal with lawyers’ needs. So why bother using a citation manager at all? Wouldn’t lawyers be better off referencing manually?