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,
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From: zotero-ev...@googlegroups.com [zotero-ev...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of tre...@zotero.org [trevor.j...@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 3:54 PM
To: Zotero Evangelists
Subject: Update on Zotero Seattle Workshop
Link to it on a map: <http://maps.google.com/maps?
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?
> 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.
For people who didn't attend the workshop, we finally put this online:
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"?