A great big thank you to Prof. Charles Muller for adding the Humanistic/Engaged Buddhism Bibliography's entries to the H-Buddhism Zotero Bibliography.
The project was only possible because of the generous funding and support of the Fo Guang Shan Institute of Humanistic Buddhism, Taiwan, and Nan Tien Institute, Australia.
I'd like to extend our thanks to William Choong, who has just contributed a set of bibliographical data on Engaged Buddhism and Humanistic Buddhism to our H-Buddhism Zotero bibliography, bringing the total number of our entries to 9,599. After finishing assimilating these, I made a set of VOSViewer visualization images that you might find interesting:
Zotero, an open access citation manager, has now been supplemented with ZoteroBib, an online version useful for less comprehensive projects. A brief description can be found on the "Profhacker" blog of the Chronicle of Higher Education.
"ZoteroBib: a first Look"
Jason Jones writes about Zoterobib, "an entirely web-based bibliography generator" that can be used without creating an account.
Source: Jason Jones, "ZoteroBib: A First Look," ProfHacker, May 15, 2018, https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/zoterobib/65511