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This workshop was originally created by the Digital Media Project at the University of British Columbia.
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Before you go to the trouble of typing all the data you need for an item in by hand, try finding it online. The best place to start is Worldcat, a global catalog of titles which includes books, articles, music, video and more.
However, sometimes your source is an interview, a conversation, a lecture, or some other type of item that has no online record.
Click and choose the type of item you want to add. If you don't see what you need, click more for a complete list.
A blank item will appear in your library. In the right pane, fill in the necessary information.
To add multiple authors, click the plus button.
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