One of my short-term goals (meaning "short" as 3 years time, approx.) Is to conduct an Internet-related doctorate. To do this, just in teaching at the UAB, give lectures, run a business and be a mother of 3 children, were not enough, now I'm studying a Masters in Information Society and have chosen the branch of the master engaged in research to Ph.D. start next year.
A raíz de los trabajos que tengo que realizar para el máster, me he visto obligada a utilizar un gestor de referencias bibliográficas. Para quien no sepa qué es esto, un gestor de referencias es un programa que de forma automática almacena la información que hace referencia a artículos, libros, posts, etc. y facilita su posterior inserción en citas cuando estamos escribiendo un texto. También crea de forma automática la bibliografía y estandariza su formato.
There are many types of bibliographic managers, both free and paid software, desktop or online, and a large part of them can be integrated into Word and Internet browser you use. (You'll find more info on these programs in this post Abysnet)
After trying some of them, I opted for Zotero (www.zotero.org).
This program is online, integrates with Firefox to automatically record the references we obtained online (not integrated into Explorer), and integrated into Word, go quoting, automatically all the references we have introduced in our base data, and to create the literature referenced document we work.
Zotero also has a social network based on sharing literature related to specific topics.
As for now I will focus on investigating the advantages of online incorporation of traditional trade, as well as the key success factors of these businesses when they decide to have a presence on the webI created a group dedicated to sharing literature refers to this field of research.
The group is open and anyone can join him. For now I'm alone (I believe yesterday), but if you want to research this subject, you can join my group by clicking here (eCommerce & Digital Marketing) And help create a good bibliographic database.
On the other hand, if someone else is using Zotero and want to share tips, tricks, etc. I'll be happy to do so. Right now, for example, I'm trying to figure out how I have to write articles of a post of a blog to automatically Zotero to recognize them and with one click you can incorporate into your database (...'ll look plugins for WordPress to see if I find anyone to serve me. Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated).
later note: I have found a WordPress plugin that converts into easily interpretable data post for Zotero reference type managers. It can be downloaded here: Plugin para WordPress
We talk to each other.