Zotero ("zoh-TAIR-oh") is a free research tool that allows you to:
It's easy to use, and best of all, it's free. Zotero works with Chrome, Firefox and Safari, which allows you to work directly from your web browser. Learn more at Zotero.org.
Smith's three libraries (Young, Josten and Hillyer) have Zotero installed on all machines. Zotero is also installed in Smith computer labs.
Before using it you'll need to take a few steps:
Create a cloud-based Zotero account to sync / back-up your work.
This will allow you to easily use Zotero on any machine on campus and ensure that your entire Zotero collection travels with you.
(Some parts of this guide were adapted from Jason Puckett's LibGuide at GSU.)
Campus Center Room 102
Monday June 25, 2-3pm
Thursday June 28, 2-3pm
Tuesday July 10, 11am-Noon
Wednesday August 1, 2-3pm
Open to all students, faculty, & staff.
Bring your own machine.
If you don't have one, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will bring one for you!
Campus center, First Floor
June 6--August 15
Teaching, Learning & Research Librarians