Library Research Guide
... you often save references from different databases or websites while researching.
... you use sources in a variety of formats, including video, audio, art, etc.
... you keep formatted notes, i.e., they contain bold or italic text, superscripts, bulleted lists, and/or you like to keep multiple notes.
... you like using tools that are customizable and configurable.
For more details about Zotero at K-State, visit our slide presentation "Grad Workshop Zotero."
We also host workshops for graduate students (although attendance is not limited to graduate students only), including sessions on citations and Zotero.
Step 1: Install Zotero 6.0 (also known as Zotero stand-alone)
Step 2: Register at zotero.org to allow syncing among multiple computers.
Step 3: Customize Zotero 6.0 using Preferences
Step 4: Customize Zotero Connector
For instructions with images or video, use Zotero's support pages below:
Guide for K-State instructors to share with first-time Zotero users
Zotero has created clear step-by-step troubleshooting pages for these common issues:
If your problem isn't listed in the links above, browse the Zotero Knowledge Base or search the Zotero Forums: