If only researchers and their work could be traced with a unique identifier. You could make sure you’re not confusing them, find all their publications, and the lives of publishers and users of research would be much easier. Well, it turns out there is such a thing, and our colleague Isabelle Vuillemin-Raval tells you how and why you should adopt it.
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.
Researchers in the humanities often take a large number of pictures during their work: places, people, but also archival documents as a quick scanning replacement. This leads to very large picture collections that can be slightly overwhelming. Here are some tips from Guillaume Pasquier to help you sort through all these files using the embedded file metadata.
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?
The most frequent question asked at the reference desk (beyond the unsurprising “Where are the toilets?”) is “Help! I can’t access this article I need!”. Catherine Brendow gives you some tips on the best (legal) ways to get access to paywalled articles.