Update on Zotero Seattle Workshop

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trevor.j...@gmail.com

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Feb 11, 2010, 3:54:58 PM2/11/10
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Looking forward to meeting everyone who is going to be participating
at the upcoming Zotero workshop in Seattle! I am happy to report that
I have a draft of the schedule up. You can see it here.

http://groups.google.com/group/zotero-evangelists/web/seattle-workshop-february-2010

Aside from that I just wanted to recommend that everyone bring a
laptop. The workshop will work best if you are using your own machine.
If you absolutely can't bring a laptop please contact me so that we
can come up with a plan.

See you soon,
Trevor

Cameron Lawrence

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Feb 12, 2010, 5:27:30 PM2/12/10
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Hi Trevor,
Can you tell me the name of the building we will be meeting in? I am trying to do a little planning.
Thanks,
Cameron


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Michelle Laughran

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Feb 16, 2010, 3:15:45 PM2/16/10
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Hello! Can you tell me when the next Zotero workshop (after Seattle) is scheduled, and where?

Thanks!
Michelle
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trevor.j...@gmail.com

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Feb 16, 2010, 4:00:02 PM2/16/10
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Cameron: We will be meeting in Odegaard Undergraduate Library room
220.

Link to it on a map: <http://maps.google.com/maps?
f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Odegaard+Undergraduate
+Library&sll=47.657309,-122.311134&sspn=0.006786,0.008304&ie=UTF8&radius=0.19&filter=0&rq=1&ev=zo&hq=Odegaard
+Undergraduate
+Library&hnear=&ll=47.657049,-122.311006&spn=0.006786,0.008304&z=17&iwloc=A&cid=11867195063640102520>

Michelle: We are still working on planing the next workshop. Stay
tuned to this group and to the Zotero blog. Zotero.org/blog

On Feb 16, 3:15 pm, Michelle Laughran <mlaug...@sjcme.edu> wrote:
> Hello!  Can you tell me when the next Zotero workshop (after Seattle) is scheduled, and where?
>
> Thanks!
> Michelle
> ________________________________________

> From: zotero-ev...@googlegroups.com [zotero-ev...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of tre...@zotero.org [trevor.johnow...@gmail.com]


> Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 3:54 PM
> To: Zotero Evangelists
> Subject: Update on Zotero Seattle Workshop
>
> Looking forward to meeting everyone who is going to be participating
> at the upcoming Zotero workshop in Seattle! I am happy to report that
> I have a draft of the schedule up. You can see it here.
>

> http://groups.google.com/group/zotero-evangelists/web/seattle-worksho...

connie

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Mar 3, 2010, 4:11:20 PM3/3/10
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Hi Seattle Workshop folks,
It was good to meet all of you last week and we hope that we provided
some helpful information about Zotero's workings, getting your campus
admins on board, and future trajectory of the project.

For people who didn't attend the workshop, we finally put this online:
http://www.zotero.org/support/additional_documentation_resources and
look forward to future examples of **really great documentation**. I
hope to be able to add to the **really great documentation** later
this semester with descriptions of what we're doing with the Katrina
project I mentioned, and how we organized it through Zotero 2.0.

As a final note: I think it was... Andy<?> who raised a question
regarding: using Zotero to teach students how to do research papers,
specifically: how to organize their thoughts in preparation for the
research paper. I finally thought of something on the plane ride back
(was and still am jetlagged. UUUUUGH.): What if you used the "Extra"
field, and had them put in a number at the beginning: 1.0, 1.1, 1.2,
2.0, etc. then sorted according to the Extra field within a Collection
folder titled "My Research Project"?

Cheers,
Connie

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