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Zotero – the “verbs” attached to

Collect

  • capture research data
  • archive entire web pages for your libraries

Organize

  • drag and drop items into collections
  • tag items with your terms
  • make notes to go with them
  • annotate on the webpages

Cite

  • drag and drop bibliographies anywhere (i.e. into an email, blog post, word processor)
  • insert citations into Word or OpenOffice docs (requires plugin)
  • choose the citation format you want (over a 1000 different styles)

Sync

  • work locally; sync globally – with other computers anywhere you go
  • view your collections from anywhere (mobile devices)
  • make your collections (libraries) public

Collaborate

  • create group collections (libraries)
  • collaborate with other Zotero users
  • publish dynamic bibliographies
  • discover other researchers working in your field

Center for History and New Media. (2009). Zotero: The Next-Generation Research Tool. Retrieved January 8, 2009, from http://www.zotero.org/

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