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Zotero Now Compatible with HAPI

HAPI is excited to announce that it is now compatible with the open source citation manager Zotero.

Zotero software is a research tool that allows for the storage, organization and analysis of citations using Firefox browsers or using Zotero Standalone connectors to Chrome and Safari browsers. These citations can be exported as formatted references for notes and bibliographies in all major styles (MLA, Chicago, etc.). The software can be used online and offline, and is compatible with Microsoft Word. Zotero was developed by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, funded by the United States Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Many thanks go to Sebastian Karcher (PhD, Northwestern University), who very generously created a Zotero translator for HAPI. This translator allows for metadata from HAPI to be exported directly into your Zotero library. In addition to the main bibliographic information from HAPI (title, author, journal, etc.) that export to Zotero, HAPI subject headings and additional descriptors appear as tags in the item record.

Also, we would like to thank Jesus Alonso-Regalado (University at Albany, SUNY) and Alison Hicks (University of Colorado, Boulder) for their efforts in bringing this project to fruition.

More information about Zotero, including how to download the software, visit the Zotero website or contact me via e-mail dschoorl@ucla.edu or by phone (310) 825-1057.

 

Daniel Schoorl
Associate Editor
HAPI

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