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10 Ways to Get Your Citation Game on Point with Zotero — Monday, Aug 29, 2016 9:45 am — Zotero is an amazing free tool for helping you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. Think of it as EasyBib on steroids. We at ZSR absolutely LOVE Zotero, so much so that we offer Zotero workshops all the time. Here are ten ways you can use Zotero to help you research like a […]
What our Users are Saying About: Personal Research Sessions — Thursday, May 7, 2015 10:37 am — The ZSR Research and Instruction Team is embarking on some regular assessments of our services in and we have just gotten back results from a survey we did of the students who requested one-on-one meetings with librarians through our Personal Research Session request form during the spring 2015 semester. This is one of the primary […]
Search tip #23: Truncation! — Monday, Sep 16, 2013 3:50 pm — Raise your hand if you’ve been here before: stuck in a library database, wondering why your search for articles about something like the role of computers in childhood development isn’t returning any really good results. Your search might look like this: computers childhood development Seems like a good search, right? Here’s the thing, though: if […]
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