Working on a research or writing project and looking for free tools to help you accurately cite your sources? Zotero and ZoteroBib can help! Explore this guide to learn about:these tools. Links to them are below and a comparison is in the next tab of this box.
Not sure which tool to use? The comparison chart below might help. Also, scroll down here to see "Should I use ZoteroBib or Zotero?"
|Dissertations, theses, lengthy papers, ongoing research
|1 time bibliographies
|Able to generate in-text citations
|Long-term cloud storage
|Able to create group folders
For additional information about both Zotero and ZoteroBib, please see the links below and the pages of this library guide.
Special thanks to Jason Puckett who developed and shared a Zotero guide,
which is licensed by Georgia State University Library under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License.
This guide changes or edits some of the content of the GSU guide.