Zotero [pronounced zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research sources.
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To get started:
Each Zotero account comes with 300 megabytes of file storage for storing citation information, PDFs, notes, etc. If you find it necessary, you can purchase additional storage from Zotero.
Zotero Now Works with Google Docs when you use Chrome or Firefox. Working on a group project or don't have MS Word, use Zotero with Google Docs. Find out more.
A new version of Zotero is now available. Find out more about version 5.0 and upgrade now!
Mastering Zotero, an online user guide for Zotero. Chapters include:
Zotero doesn't include Turabian formatting by default, but you can install it from the Zotero Style Repository.
To install Zotoer you will install Zotero Standalone and a browser connector (Safari, Chrome, Firefox). Zotero does not work with Internet Explorer.
Each Zotero account comes with 300 megabytes of file storage for storing citation information, PDFs, notes, etc. If necessary, you can purchase additional storage from Zotero.
An online tool, AnyStyle can be used to extract bibliographic references from documents in 3 simple steps:
Have a Chromebook?
Zotero can be run from a USB or external hard drive using portable apps. Instructions available on GitHub. This option can also be used with a public computer.
Use a mobile device or tablet?
Use Zotero on your mobile device using Bookmarklet. It will save items directly to your zotero.org account.