"If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants."
This concept is attributed to Issac Newton (1643-1727) and Bernard of Chartres (date of birth unknown, died after 1124).
Bibliographic work is a corner stone of research and development and "tackling the risk to drown" (Blog 2 June 2018). Bit by bit I relaunch the collection of the resources. I start with social informatics.
zotero is an open access and open source literature data base, "a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research" (https://www.zotero.org/ - accessed 1 June 2018). Most students and researchers use the zotero-platform to share their work. On this page I test a different approach: regularly updated bibliographies, generated in zotero, transferred on these pages and a report as PDF, generated in zotero, that includes further information such as abstracts, tags and notes. The notes consist of a short overview and comments. Thereby my work may be useful also for people who do not (yet) use zotero.
These are the key steps in bibliographic work (German: Literaturarbeit). I use the following criteria
Assessments in "quality", "relevance" and "bibliography":
5 excellent, 1 poor, not applicable (n.a.), not estimated (n.e.)