[NOTE: This is an archived event and is kept here for informational purposes so you can see information about past events and have an idea of what future events might be held. For those interested in current and upcoming events, see our Upcoming Library Events page.] September 10. 5:30pm - 6:15pm.Library room 214. Presenter: Ron Schwertfeger. Are you tired of copying & pasting your bibliography together from emails, notes, post-its, etc.? Do you wish that you could find that article that you read last month, or that book you used for a paper last semester? You should use a citation management app! In this session, you will see how a citation manager can assist you with your research, and where & how you can download and install three of the most commonly-used programs: Endnote, Mendeley, and Zotero. Research is greatly aided by modern research tools which can help to simplify the crunchy bits. Ron Schwertfeger’s Citation Management will start with the basics of using citation tools and discuss a wide variety of types and features. In his follow-up classes, he will dive into two of the most popular software packages for citation management: Zotero and EndNote. The TARGET AUDIENCE is anyone who wants to take some stress out of research by learning these helpful tools. Bring a laptop or device to the workshop, and you can follow along!* Feel free to contact Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (256)824-6713. There are three workshops in this series: Citation Management: The Basics. Citation Manager: Zotero. Citation Manager: EndNote. You can attend one session, two, or all three. Those who attend at least two workshops in this section will receive a certificate of completion. Refined Researchers are M. Louis Salmon Library’s series of free, open-to-all classes and workshops designed to bring new and informative looks at information literacy. No reservation is required. For information about others, see https://uah.edu/library. *Technology Note: These classes are open-to-all, but patrons wishing to bring a laptop or device to the session to have hands on experience will need to have network access to The University of Alabama in Huntsville in order to get online. Those without access can still attend. Handouts will be available to help follow-up.