[teknoids] Zotero, and a new book

Elmer Masters emasters at cali.org
Wed May 29 12:03:31 EDT 2013


And it is important to note that Frank's book describes the use and
his development of Multilingual Zotero (MLZ) which is a variant of
regular Zorero. According to his website at
http://citationstylist.org/tools/?#mlz-tools, MLZ "offers two extended
facilities: (1) language variants of individual fields; and (2) item
types suitable for legal writing" and provides "Six
mutually-compatible legal styles offer broad support for legal writing
in four jurisdictions (Canada [both English and French], Great
Britain, New Zealand, and the United States [following uniform legal
style conventions or Chicago Manual of Style])."

So to take advantage of the great work Frank has done with bringing
legal styles to Zotero you must use Multilingual Zotero. You can find
everything you need to know about installing an using MLZ (inlcuding a
free PDF version of the book) at the CitationStylist website,
http://citationstylist.org/

If you've not looked at MLZ as a reference manager for legal research,
you need to do it today.


Thanks,
Elmer.

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Elmer R. Masters
Director of Internet Development
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
emasters at cali.org    773-332-7508


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