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Last Updated: Sep 11, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.harvard.edu/zotero Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What is Zotero?

 

A free plugin most commonly downloaded as a Firefox extension that helps you collect, store, and organize references for books, journal articles, websites and other materials and then use those references to produce citations and bibliographies.


Use Zotero to:

- import references directly from many journal article databases and online library catalogs like HOLLIS

- capture date-stamped snapshots of websites

- retrieve metadata or pdfs already stored on your computer

- format in-text citations, endnotes, and footnotes in Word or LibreOffice

- produce a properly-formatted bibliography in hundreds of styles including APA, MLA, and Chicago

- assign tags or attach notes to references

- create an easily accessible space for collaborative research

...and more.


Note: Zotero may also be used with the Chrome and Safari browsers or as a standalone tool, however this guide will focus on using Zotero as a Firefox extension.


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Where to Get Help

  Ask a Librarian

E-mail a librarian with your Zotero question(s): 

citationtools@hulmail.harvard.edu

 

   Zotero Website

Zotero is not a commercial product, so there is not a dedicated support staff available by phone or e-mail. Instead Zotero provides support through:

Zotero Documentation

Zotero Forums 

 

   Citation Style Guides

The Chicago Manual of Style Online

APA Formatting and Style Guide

MLA Formatting and Style Guide

      
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