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How to use Zotero with LyX

One of Zotero’s best features is that anyone can contribute towards improving it and can add new functions by creating a third part. As the Zotero director, Sean Takats, reminded us, this is made possible due to Zotero being a free/libre open source soft­ware (FLOSS). This means, for instance, that any Zotero user with a certain […]

How to install Zotero standalone

Six months ago, the Zotero team launched the first official version of Zotero standalone, version  3.0 (for the version history of Zotero, see here). Since then, the Zotero users can choose between the traditional Firefox-plugin version and a version of Zotero that runs as separate programme in all of the main operating systems. Some who have […]

Sort a bibliography by type

Like all first year EUI historians, recently, I had to send in the first few chapters of my PhD thesis. The first part was a literature review of the published books available on my topic, while the second part was about my first period of fieldwork. Unsurprisingly, I finished writing the paper just before the […]

Atelier Multimédia: “Introduction to ZOTERO 3.0”

The Atelier Multimédia this next Wednesday, the 15th of February Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia form 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.. will be an introduction to ZOTERO 3.0: standalone version and Mozilla-Firefox version. Zotero 3.0 marks a major departure from previous versions, most notably with the new ability to run outside the Firefox browser. […] The standalone version […]

Add a Citation Style in Zotero

Recently, an Italian EUI researcher was filling in her PhD-thesis bibliography when, suddenly, she realized that there was no citation style for quoting Italian items in the default citation style repository of Zotero. In this video I suggest a possible path to deal with this issue. Obviously, the same steps might be followed in order […]