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Climate Foundations Program Library Guide: Home

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Zotero - Bibliographic Management

 

 

Zotero: Bibliographic Management

Quick Start Guide  A must-read preliminary!!

Zotero is, at the most basic level, a reference manager. It is designed to store, manage, and cite bibliographic references, such as books and articles. In Zotero, each of these references constitutes an item. More broadly, Zotero is a powerful tool for collecting and organizing research information and sources.

For the style used by American Chemical Society, go to the Zotero Style Repository

Note: Zotero automates bibliographic citation practices but inconsistent data sources (like Google Books) can introduce bad data..
This means that you'll need to review and sometimes edit your bibliography by learning the format for books, articles, webpages, etc. 

Learn How to Edit Your Zotero Bibliography
By Consulting Owl Purdue Research & Citation Resources

More detail on Zotero also available on the Evergreen Zotero guide.

 

 

Information about Annotated Bibliographies

 

Streaming media

 

 

Streaming Media

To locate streaming media, click on the image below, 

Enter a broad-ish subject term, such as climate

Limit your search by pulling down the "All items" menu underneath the search box, on the left, and selecting "Film and Video":

 

 

 

 

 

Notice that you can also limit your searches to ebooks, etc!

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