Zotero demonstrations

Welcome to the University Library's complimentary demonstrations of Zotero. No registration in advance is required.

About our demonstrations

During the demonstrations, we go through basic features of Zotero, for example how you can

  • save references to books, articles and webpages
  • create bibliographies according to different citation styles
  • make changes to preferences in Zotero.

You do not need to register in advance for the Zotero demonstrations. Due to covid-19, the demonstrations are held in Zoom instead of in the library premises.

Program

Tuesday
Tue
18
May
May

Zotero demonstration - Biomedical Libraries

Tuesday 18 May, at 16:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...
Wednesday
Wed
19
May
May

Zotero demonstration - Social Sciences Libraries

Wednesday 19 May, at 15:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...
Thursday
Thu
20
May
May

Zotero demonstration - Humanities Libraries

Thursday 20 May, at 11:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...
Wednesday
Wed
26
May
May

Zotero demonstration - Social Sciences Libraries

Wednesday 26 May, at 15:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...
Thursday
Thu
27
May
May

Zotero demonstration - Humanities Libraries

Thursday 27 May, at 11:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...
Wednesday
Wed
2
June
Jun

Zotero demonstration - Social Sciences Libraries

Wednesday 2 June, at 15:00
Zoom
Webinar. Zotero is a free software that helps you save search results and organize your references and downloaded texts...

Contact us about Zotero demonstrations

Contact us if you have any questions or want to book a Zotero demonstration.

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