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Tuesday, September 20 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
A Simpler Bibliography Experience with Zotero and Mendeley

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Come learn how to use Zotero to manage your bibliography, whether creating an inventory of your own publications or citing works from others. See the magic of how easily Zotero harvests bibliographical information from the Web into a searchable database, and explore ways of collaborating with others on proposals or journal articles, including submitting annual reports to NSF. Zotero isn't the only game in town, and you'll also see an example of how Mendeley, another reference manager commonly used by scientists, can accomplish the same tasks. For the optimal hands-on training experience, come prepared with your laptop and a free Zotero account that you've set up prior to the workshop.

Lead Organizer
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Tim Whiteaker

Information Manager, Beaufort Lagoon Ecosystem LTER
For LTER tech, I like GIS, Python, and static websites.  Offline, I enjoy jamming with a band and eating yummy local food.

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Corinna Gries

Scientist, Environmental Data Initiative
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Marty Downs

Director, LTER Network Office

An Nguyen

Data Manager, UT Austin

Tuesday September 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
06. Heather Meeting Room