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Zotero

Zotero is a free, open source citation manager that can help you organize your research sources and properly format your paper.

Welcome to Zotero!

Zotero logoZotero is a free, open source citation manager. It can help you to gather and organize sources for your research projects, and to create properly-formatted citations and reference lists.

Zotero connects to your web browser to help you quickly gather citation information as you search for sources, whether they come from the library catalog, article databases, or the open web. You can store PDFs of articles or snapshots of web pages, add notes or tags, and sort your sources into collections for different projects.

When you're ready to write, Zotero works with your word processor--MS Word, LibreOffice Writer, or Google Docs--to help you create citations and bibliographies in a wide variety of styles, from MLA, APA, and Chicago to thousands of journal-specific styles.

More Resources

This guide will cover the basics of installing and using Zotero. You may also wish to refer to these resources:

Quick Start Video

 

More help

Questions or problems?

Librarians are here to help! We will be happy to answer questions, help troubleshoot problems, and provide workshops on request for classes or student groups. Contact:

Matthew Doyle
mdoyle@csufresno.edu
559.278.5794

David Drexler
ddrexler@csufresno.edu
559.278.3144