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ARTH 1160: FWS: Dangerous Women (Spring 2017): Zotero

Library guide to accompany Hannah Ryan's spring 2017 course

Keeping track

Image: David Falconer. "When the Major Home Oil Dealer Ran Out of Fuel a Special Board Was Activated..." 1973. U.S. National Archives on Flickr Commons.

You'll find many references in the course of your research. Make sure you keep track of what you find! The library offers some great tools to help, such as Zotero. Both Mann Library and Olin & Uris Libraries offer workshops in using Zotero.

The next one is on March 7, and is online: Introduction to Zotero via Zoom.

OR: you can watch this video of a previous workshop, Introduction to Zotero, a WebEx recording from 2/11/2016 (47 min).

If that's not convenient for your schedule, take a look at the full calendar.

Use this link to direct your questions about any aspect of Mendelay, Zotero or other citation management programs

Get Started wth Zotero

Download Zotero & the Word plugin

 

Which witch?

William Heath Robinson, "Witch on Broomstick Carrying Infant," from Oliver Madox Hueffer. The Book of Witches. London : Eveleigh Nash, 1908.

Source: The Fantastic in Art and Fiction (Cornell University)