Zotero for Faith Communities: Encouraging Faith Thinking and Sharing Through an Information Management Tool
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Zotero, known as a research tool for students, faculty, and other scholars, has tremendous potential for use in faith communities as a place to store and share nearly any type of digital information encountered in congregational life. This presentation opens with a basic overview of available research managers. It continues with the use of Zotero at Liberation Christian Church, and covers the benefits (including a more fully-integrated intellectual presence in the congregation’s faith life) and potential issues (such as copyright concerns) of using Zotero within faith communities. It concludes with the marketing and educational efforts involved in generating the interest and skills that congregational leadership and members must have in order to obtain full benefits from the use of this resource.
Klemme Eliceiri, Rebecca. “Zotero for Faith Communities: Encouraging Faith Thinking and Sharing Through an Information Management Tool.” In Annual Conference on Information and Religion. Kent, OH: Center for the Study of Information and Religion, 2014