Introduction to Logseq and the Zettelkasten Note Taking Technique for Writing Research | GPLL274



Description

This hands-on workshop will introduce students to the modern, free, digital note-taking tool, Logseq. Integrated with Zotero and used in an academic framework, these tools can foster productive research writing. The workshop will help students start practising the principles of a Zettelkasten technique to build a personal knowledge base of literature notes, interlinked ideas, tasks, spaced repetition, visual concept maps, and more. It will show how to associate Logseq notes with bibliographic information in Zotero as part of the research writing workflow. 

Learning Objectives

In this workshop, students will:

1. Apply a note-taking technique that supports a productive writing practice
2. Use the cutting-edge note-taking tool, Logseq, integrated with Zotero and its bibliographic information
3. Learn basic tips for using markdown
4. Transform digital notes into written outputs and new forms of research outputs

Leaders Information

This workshop is led by Joshua Chalifour.
 
Joshua Chalifour is a Digital Scholarship & Journalism and Communication Studies Librarian at Concordia.



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Event details

Workshop location

Sir George Williams

Start date

Thursday, February 8, 2024

End date

Thursday, February 8, 2024

Workshop days

Thursday

Time

From 09:00 to 11:00

Instructors

Joshua Chalifour

Hosts

Sophie Boucquillon

Sweta Sarat

Capacity

5 / 16

Additional details

This workshop has a $25 non-attendance fee

Registration deadline

Monday, February 5, 2024