Tools and strategies for reviewing literature

Tools and strategies for reviewing literature

CMNS 801 DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY IN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
Week #3
- Zotero Word plugin
- Zotero Groups
- Finding literature: Oxford bibliographies and SFU Library 

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Alberto Lusoli

January 22, 2019
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  1. Mastering Zotero Tools and strategies for reviewing literature Alberto Lusoli,

    Simon Fraser University. School of Communication
  2. 2 Zotero Connector https://www.zotero.org/download/

  3. 3 File storage in Zotero Download paper (or pre-existing PDF

    collection) Added to Zotero Copied into Zotero archive folder Synced with Zotero cloud storage (optional)
  4. 4 File storage in Zotero with Zotfile Download paper (or

    pre-existing PDF collection) Added to Zotero Stored in a custom folder of our choice
  5. 5 Sharing your libraries with Groups

  6. 6 Group libraries

  7. 7 Group libraries: access levels

  8. 8 Group libraries in the app

  9. 9 Group libraries online version https://www.zotero.org/groups/2278195/cmns_801

  10. 10 Group libraries: storage limits For item metadata (authors, titles,

    notes, etc.), there is no limit. For attachment files, the limit is the Group Owner's storage quota (2Gb total across all their libraries by default, or higher if you purchase Zotero storage). Other group members' storage quotas are unaffected by the library.
  11. 11 Reports: another way to share your references

  12. 12 Reports: another way to share your references

  13. 13 Zotero Word Plugin

  14. 14 Zotero Word Plugin

  15. 15 Zotero Word Plugin

  16. 16 Adding a reference

  17. 17 Advanced referencing options (and when to use them)

  18. 18 A citation (as a field)

  19. 19 A citation (as a field)

  20. 20 Use reference fields to generate a bibliography

  21. 21 Bibliography in one click: no edits needed* As long

    as your Zotero library is organized and your reference fields intact
  22. 22 Bibliography: changing style? No problem

  23. 23 Google Doc fan? Comes pre packaged with the Zotero

    Connector browser plugin. Not available for Safari yet.
  24. Planning your review Moving back and forth between foundational works

    and recent debates
  25. Position your research Define your research questions based on what

    others in the field have already published. Set the boundary of your research Benefits
  26. On which resources do you rely when you enter a

    new research area? Starting points
  27. 27 Approaching a new research area Oxford Bibliographies - http://bit.ly/SFU-OB

  28. Anatomy of an Oxford Bibliography entry Heading Description Citation Annotation

  29. Think of your research Identify one or two keywords which

    describe it Try different queries on Oxford bibliographies Identify the entries which might be helpful Do not close the O.B. page once done
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  32. 32 Import paper into Zotero

  33. 33 Import paper into Zotero

  34. Connect with recent debates

  35. 35 Finding relevant and recent papers Source: lib.sfu.ca

  36. 36 Go boolean: searching for relevant and recent papers

  37. 37 Go boolean: searching for relevant and recent papers

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  39. 39 Go boolean: searching for relevant and recent papers

  40. Diffusing your ideas Stream is the School of Communication Graduate

    journal. We accept contributions from all fields and disciplines that may overlap with communication studies. We are also have open positions for: Peer reviewers Copy editors Social media manager If you want to learn more, write me at alusoli@sfu.ca http://journals.sfu.ca/stream/
  41. For questions write me at: alusoli@sfu.ca THANK YOU