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Zotero

Free tool to help organize and save citations

Another Zotero option to add citations from websites

The Zotero Bookmarklet works with all desktop browsers and most mobile browsers (including Safari for iPad and the Android browser).

Visit the Zotero Bookmarklet page for installation instructions for your particular browser or device. You won't have to install any software -- just the bookmarklet!

Find it @FGCU and Zotero

You've probably seen this icon  in database search results which indicates full text availability or the Full Text @ FGCU Library link in a Google Scholar results list databases that allows you to locate the full text of an article the library has access to. Zotero allows you to use the same feature.

To set up Zotero to access full-text articles from University Library databases-

1.  From the Zotero application, click edit, then Preferences:

 

2. Click the Advanced button on the Zotero toolbar. Under OpenURL, paste this URL into the "Resolver" box:  http://worldcatlibraries.org/registry/gateway

Click OK to close.

Adding items by ISBN

Have the book in front of you
and want to add it to your
Zotero library? 

 

If you have a book's ISBN, an online
article's DOI or PMID
number, just click the magic wand
icon: "Add item by identifier." Type in the book or
article's unique identifer. Zotero automatically downloads
its information and saves it to your library.