Using Zotero for Theological Research and Writing

Andy Naselli —  October 29, 2011 — 2 Comments

If that topic interests you and you live in the Greenville area, you may be interested in a seminar I’m planning to give at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary on November 10 (7–9 PM).

The seminar will expand on this article: “Why You Should Organize Your Personal Theological Library and a Way How.”

It’s for GPTS students, but there is limited room for non-students. Email “bookstore [at] gpts.edu” with the subject line “Zotero lecture” to confirm that there is space.

2 responses to Using Zotero for Theological Research and Writing

  1. Andy,

    I read your article a while back and it has served me well as I do papers and catalog all my resources—a huge time-saver. I would love to hear that presentation. Please post it if and when it becomes available.

    Blessings!

    Ivan Mesa
    Student at Southern Seminary

  2. Andy, this sounds fantastic. Feel free to use the resources I made about Zotero here if it is any use to you.

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