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?"
|Best for||Dissertations, theses, lengthy papers, ongoing research||1 time bibliographies|
|Able to generate in-text citations||Yes||Yes|
|Long-term cloud storage||Yes||No|
|Able to create group folders||Yes||No|
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.