Zotero is a computer program that provides a storage space for citations (references to works you use in your writing) and formats them in any of hundreds of citation formats as you write your paper, article, annotated bibliography, dissertation or book.
Go to http://zotero.org to download the latest version of Zotero, plus Browser Connectors for any of the following web browsers you use: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari.
Alternately, if all the computers you use have Zotero installed, you can register a free online account with Zotero, which will allow you to store your Zotero records on Zotero's servers, and sync that online library with the Zotero program on any computer. You will still need the Zotero program to be running on the computes you use, however.
Zotero workshops are offered as part of regular library workshop series such as Fridays@the Library. Unable to attend a workshop or need to review a concept? See below for our video tutorials on the main functions of Zotero.
To request a Zotero presentation tailored to your class, lab, student group, department, etc., email Rachel Brekhus, email@example.com. In your email, please include:
These video tutorials are for an earlier version of Zotero. Some of the content has changed. We are working on updating them, but for now, the most updated content we have is the PDF handout.
These Zotero blog posts often include short how-to videos.