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Citation Managers: Zotero

Citation managers are tools that allow you to import and store citations which can then be shared with others. You can also create bibliographies.

Zotero Tutorial

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Sponsoring body: Corporation for Digital Scholarship

How do you like Zotero?

Since Zotero is free to everyone we have no way of knowing how many UT Tyler students use Zotero. Please tell us!

How do you like Zotero?
I don't use Zotero, and I'm not interested.: 0 votes (0%)
I haven't tried it but it looks cool.: 7 votes (50%)
I used Zotero but I didn't like it.: 1 votes (7.14%)
I use Zotero and I like it.: 2 votes (14.29%)
I use Zotero and it ROCKS!: 4 votes (28.57%)
Total Votes: 14

Zotero

Zotero is a citation manager that allows you to import and store citations which can then be shared with others. You can also create bibliographies.

Quick facts about Zotero:

  • Free to anyone - great for collaborating outside of UT Tyler!
  • APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, and hundreds more
  • Ability to create custom citation styles
  • Import directly from library databases, Google Scholar, and more
  • Export to MS Word, OpenOffice, or Plain Text

Other Citation Managers

You have other options. Check out the links below or visit our comparison guide.

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