- End 2014: creating a 300 items database with EndNote, but i didn't liked the software.
- March 2015: export the references to Zotero.
- From April to December 2015: a lot of research on databases, catalogs, creating alerts. +40 items per month avg.
- December 2015: Zotero database went online, shared to some french roleplaying games academics and non-academics.
- January 2016 and after: the new items are coming from alerts mostly, then from bibliographies, then from new databases (one explored per month avg.).
- February 2016: 832 items.
- February-March 2016 : this blog and his french translation are published online.
lundi 29 février 2016
vendredi 5 février 2016
mardi 2 février 2016
Following that link https://www.zotero.org/groups/446523, you will find a Zotero Group Library of about 600 references on tabletop roleplaying games. References are in english and in french.
Main reference types:
- Journal articles,
- Conferences papers,
- Ph.D, M.Sc. & M.A. thesis.
Main topics :
- Design of TRPG (non-exhaustive)
- History of TRPG, genealogy, moral panic (wannabe exhaustive)
- Improvisation, performance, theater (non-exhaustive)
- Interactive Storytelling (non-exhaustive)
- Live action roleplaying (wannabe exhaustive)
- RPG and Learning (non-exhaustive)
- Literature & arts (non-exhaustive)
- Psychology, therapy, identity, personality, gender (wannabe exhaustive)
- Sociology, anthropology, culture (wannabe exhaustive)
(1) Zotero is a free and open-source software with 2 majors functions : a) automatically create citations and bibliographies ; b) manage your personal library of bibliographic references (with notes, full text attachments, etc…).