• Using PubPub for scholarly output: Import, Collaboration, Citations, and Zotero

    Author(s):
    Tobias Steiner (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Subject(s):
    Publishers and publishing, Open access publishing
    Item Type:
    Blog Post
    Tag(s):
    Zotero, PubPub, citation, COPIM, Publishing, Open-access publishing
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/p46x-8933
    Abstract:
    At COPIM, we are more and more getting into the groove of using PubPub for all sorts of purposes, and the team is developing a growing body of reports around the variety of workshops that have already taken place. Next to these concise overviews, COPIM’s Work Packages are now also engaging in using PubPub for writing more long-form research reports. In that context, while referencing other scholarly works is established best practice in all fields of academia, the actual juggling of footnotes, citations and references can be an art form in itself. 🧐 With that particular perspective in mind, I wanted to share our experiences using PubPub as a platform to create scholarly output that includes citations, reference lists, and footnotes in conjunction with Zotero, an open source reference management tool. The following segments will be dealing with issues that came up during our early stages in working with PubPub, including questions around - importing pre-existing research documents, - dealing with in-text citations from those imported documents, - using reference management tools such as Zotero in conjunction with PubPub, - collaborating with colleagues, and keeping track of changes.
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    10 months ago
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