What is Zotero?
Zotero is an application that helps you collect and store your citation information for later use in papers and bibliographies. You can link to or attach PDF files to your citations then use Zotero's Word plug-in for one-click in-text citations as you write. When you're finished, another one-click installs your completed bibliography.
Upcoming Zotero Workshops
Would you like to attend a free Zotero Workshop? Check the workshop calendar: https://workshops.ku.edu/
Step-by-Step Guides for Zotero 5.0
Other Useful Zotero 5.0 Guides
Step-by-Step Guides for Zotero 4.0 (Browser-Based Version)
Juris-M for Multilingual Support
Working with languages other than English? Or non-Roman scripts? Juris-M very well could be the answer for you. Juris-M is a "Zotero variant" that will allow you to more easily work with legal writing and multilingual resources.
Automatically re-name PDF files in Zotero or extract annotations
Zotfile is a plugin for Zotero that will automatically re-name your PDF files as they are added to your library and also can extract annotations from PDF files, among other useful features. To download or to learn more, visit zotfile.com.
For additional information and advanced troubleshooting, try searching the Zotero forums.
Zotero Advanced Features -- Links
For step-by-step instructions for basic use of Zotero, see the Basic Features: How-to box above. For more advanced use and features, try visiting any of these links below.
Creating Bibliographies in Zotero
Beyond Zotero Desktop
Importing other Libraries to Zotero
Switching Languages and Multilingual Zotero
Zotero Training at KU (see the attached documents above for handouts used in the workshops)
For questions or for help with Zotero: