This video will show you how to download Zotero and the Zotero Connector to your computer as well as show you how to create an online account.
This video demonstrates how to set your preferences like your choice of citation style guide and which account you would like to sync your Zotero library with.
This video will walk you through how to bring citations into Zotero from ArticlesPlus, one of our most popular databases.
This video will demonstrate how to pull citations into Zotero from a Google Scholar results list.
If you have PDFs already saved to your computer this video will show you have to pull them into Zotero.
This video will demonstrate how to put a citation into Zotero on your own, if you are not importing from a a database or some other source.
This video will describe your collection (folder) options within Zotero, including shared/collaborative collections.
This video will describe how the tagging feature works in Zotero and will demonstrate how you create your own tags for your records.
This video shows you how to add notes to your records.
This video explains how the related feature works as well as demonstrates how Zotero saves your PDF mark ups.
Before you can cite as you write in Microsoft Word and Google Documents with Zotero, you must first have the Zotero plug in in your ribbon (toolbar) within these writing programs. This video will show you how to ensure the Zotero plug in is in your ribbon.
This video will describe the functionality of each button of the Zotero plug in so you can use the plug in to cite as you write.
This video will show you how to insert citations into your writing document using the Zotero plug in (cite as you write) and then how to create your reference list (bibliography) at the end of your document.
This video will show you how to create a reference list (bibliography or citation list) by dragging and dropping your records into a writing platform as well as how to create a bibliography via export.
This video has all 16 segments of the Zotero Online Workshop combined, in order and looped, if you would prefer to set back and watch in sequence.