Here is my assignment from EdTech 501 about creating a bibliography using Zotero.
Doyle, W. R. (2009). Online education: The revolution that wasnt. Change, 41(3), 56-58.
Ellington, A. J., Wilson, J. H., & Nugent, J. S. (2011). Use of tablet pcs to enhance instruction and promote group collaboration in a course to prepare future mathematics specialists. Mathematics and Computer Education, 45(2), 92-105.
Groth, R. E. (2008). Analyzing online discourse to assess students thinking. The Mathematics Teacher, 101(6), 422.
Abell, M. (2002). Kentucky educators first to web with middle school and high school online learning. The Mathematics Teacher, 95(5), 396-398.
Finnegan, C., Morris, L. V., & Lee, K. (2008). Differences by course discipline on student behavior, persistence, and achievement in online courses of undergraduate general education. Journal of College Student Retention, 10(1), 39-54.
I enjoyed using Zotero. I liked how easy it was to collect bibliographical information. The best part of Zotero is that it can put it into a bibliographical format on its own. I am going find this useful in the future.