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  • This is Zotero’s home page.
  • Click “Register” to create your account.
  • Click “Register” to create your account.
  • Log in to see your library.
  • Zotero icon appears in the bottom right corner of Firefox once it’s downloaded.
  • Click Zotero icon. Zotero pane appears at the bottom of Firefox.
  • Zotero pane has a similar interface to iTunes.
  • In the left column, your library appears and you can organise your references into folders and sub-folders.
  • Note the add new folder icon at the top of the column. Click it to create a new folder.
  • Note the add new folder icon at the top of the column. Click it to create a new folder.
  • Right-click the folder where you want to create a sub-folder and select the “New Subcollection” option.
  • Note the add new folder icon at the top of the column. Click it to create a new folder.
  • In the centre column, you see the items saved in the highlighted folder in the left column.
  • In the right column, you see the bibliographic information of the item highlighted in the centre column.
  • You can view, add and edit your Zotero library from any computer. The contents of your libraries will synchronise at any location.
  • When you download Zotero to a new computer, make sure to sync your new library with your other libraries.
  • To do that, click the action button on Zotero pane. The action button is the gear icon next to the green plus sing button. Select preferences.
  • Preferences window pops up. Select sync and type in your Zotero username and password, tick “Sync automatically” and close the window. Zotero keeps your username and password and automatically sync whenever you open the pane.
  • Preferences window pops up. Select sync and type in your Zotero username and password, tick “Sync automatically” and close the window. Zotero keeps your username and password and automatically sync whenever you open the pane.
  • Preferences window pops up. Select sync and type in your Zotero username and password, tick “Sync automatically” and close the window. Zotero keeps your username and password and automatically sync whenever you open the pane.
  • Preferences window pops up. Select sync and type in your Zotero username and password, tick “Sync automatically” and close the window. Zotero keeps your username and password and automatically sync whenever you open the pane.
  • Zotero has a built-in translator that reads web pages and identify bib info. It does not read all web pages, but it reads most library catalogues, google and Amazon. For example, suppose you want to download the bib info of this book in Victoria Library Catalogue.
  • Zotero automatically downloads the bib info into your library.
  • Zotero is able to download bib info of multiple items at once. For example, in this results page, a folder icon appears next to the URL.
  • Zotero is able to download bib info of multiple items at once. For example, in this results page, a folder icon appears next to the URL.
  • When you click the folder icon, a window pops up and you can select the items you want to download.
  • You can find the ISBN search button at the top of Zotero pane. It looks like a pen.
  • Copy and paste the ISBN you found into the search box. Take out the hyphens before you search.
  • Zotero’s translator also reads some electronic journal databases.
  • Note the document icon next to the URL and click to download.
  • Suppose you want to download this journal article. Most databases give you an option to export citation data to Endnote.
  • Selectthe “Export directly to Endnote” option. Zotero will download the citation.
  • One easy way of creating a bibliography is put together references you want to cite into a folder. Highlight the items, right-click and select “create bibliography from selected items”.
  • Create bibliography window pops up. You can select a referencing style you like and select an output format. If you choose copy to clipboard, you can paste the bibliography in any document such as Word and email.
  • This is an example of a bibliography in the APA style. You can edit the bibliography without leaving the document.
  • Click “Add-Ins” to find Zotero buttons
  • For example, in Word 2007, Zoteroplugin looks like this. Click the “Add-ins” tab in Word. You’ll find these buttons.
  • To insert a citation into MS Word, click the LH button.
  • To insert a citation into MS Word, click the LH button.
  • Zotero inserts the citation automatically.
  • Click the second button from your left.
  • Click the ‘Show Editor’ button.
  • You can keep adding in-text citations to your document.
  • Click the third button at the end of the document.
  • Zotero automatically creates a bibliography of references cited in your document.
  • Highlight the bibliography.
  • Thank you for coming.
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    1. Zotero for Firefox Paul Emsley Subject Librarian (Music, Art History, Philosophy and Education)
    2. This session will cover … • Zotero – what is it and what can it do? • Installing Zotero and the Zotero Word plugin • Downloading bibliographic information of books and journal articles • Creating and editing in-text citations and bibliographies
    3. What is Zotero and what does it do? • Reference/Citation management software • A Plugin for Firefox (also standalone version) • Manages references like Endnote • Allows you to access your library from any internet- connected computer (except Victoria student domain) • Downloads bibliographic data from web pages • Creates in-text citations/footnotes/bibliographies in a referencing style you choose in MS Word • More info at http://www.zotero.org/support/
    4. Firefox download - 1 On Campus Computers: • Only possible on staff domain (ITS need to install) • Needs Firefox (or Frontmotion) v24.0 or newer
    5. Firefox download - 2 Personal/Laptop/Home computers: • Go to http://www.mozilla.org/firefox • or http://www.mozilla.org/en- US/firefox/all.html en-US language works best
    6. Download and Install Zotero from http://www.zotero.org/
    7. Create your account (register) - 1
    8. Create your account (register) - 2
    9. My Library
    10. Install Microsoft Word Plugin
    11. Firefox Zotero icon
    12. Firefox Zotero pane
    13. Adjusting the height of the pane
    14. Toggle tab mode
    15. Left column
    16. Creating new collections - 1
    17. Creating new collections - 2
    18. Creating new subcollections - 1
    19. Creating new subcollections - 2
    20. Centre column
    21. Right column
    22. How Zotero works
    23. Set up syncing your Zotero library
    24. Open “Preferences”
    25. Select “sync automatically” in preferences
    26. Preferences  Disabling PDF and screenshot saving
    27. Upgrading Your Server (Disc) Space - 1
    28. Upgrading Your Server (Disc) Space - 2
    29. Downloading bibliographic information (books)
    30. Automatic download
    31. Multiple download
    32. … But first, click the subcollection in you wish to store the downloaded citation.
    33. Tick the items you want
    34. ISBN / DOI search button
    35. ISBN / DOI search box
    36. Downloading bib info (journal articles)
    37. Article/Document icon
    38. What if I don’t see the document icon?
    39. Export directly to Zotero (Endnote option)
    40. Duplicate detection
    41. Merge duplicates
    42. Creating a bibliography
    43. Create bibliography – citation style, output format
    44. Bibliography Appleby, Joyce. “The American Heritage: The Heirs and the Disinherited.” The Journal of American History 74.3 (1987): 798–813. JSTOR. Web. 8 May 2013. Cartwright, William H. The Reinterpretation of American History and Culture. Washington: National Council for the Social Studies, 1973. Print. Condit, Carl W. “The First Reinforced-Concrete Skyscraper: The Ingalls Building in Cincinnati and Its Place in Structural History.” Technology and Culture 9.1 (1968): 1–33. JSTOR. Web. 8 May 2013. Current, Richard N. American History: a Survey. New York: Knopf, 1961. Print. DeConde, Alexander. Patterns in American History. 3d ed. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth Pub. Co, 1973. Print. Merk, Frederick. Manifest Destiny and Mission in American History: a Reinterpretation. New York: Vintage Books, 1966. Print. A Vintage Book V-318. “Political Theory, History of Political Thought, and Methodology.” The American Political Science Review 62.4 (1968): 1301–1324. JSTOR. Web. 8 May 2013. Reconstructing American Literary History. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1986. Print. Harvard English Studies 13. Schlesinger, Arthur Meier. History of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1968. New York: Chelsea House, 1971. Print.
    45. Microsoft Word Plugin
    46. Zotero buttons in Word tool bar
    47. Zotero shortcuts in Word for Mac 2008/2011
    48. Word: in-text citation button
    49. Word: in-text citation – Classic Style
    50. Word: select a citation style
    51. Word: type the author’s name, the title, etc. and select the item you want to cite from the list
    52. Word: Click to add a page number
    53. Automatic in-text citation
    54. Word: edit-in-text citation button
    55. Word: add/Edit citation window
    56. Word: editor view
    57. Word: keep adding in-text citations
    58. Word: Create a Bibliography button
    59. Word: creating a bibliography
    60. Word: editing bibliography
    61. Word: Edit Bibliography button
    62. Word: Edit Bibliography window
    63. Have fun with Zotero! • Thank you for your attention • For further information, view Zotero’s support page @ http://www.zotero.org/support/ • The slides for this session are at http://www.slideshare.net/paulwe1/zotero-4-firefox250314

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