Zotero (pronounced "zoh-TAIR-oh") is an application that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's easy to use, works with your web browser to download sources, provides limited cloud storage for your citations (currently 300 MG), and best of all is free.
Here are some of the things Zotero does:
I need to migrate my citations from EndNote!
TAMU-CC's Division of Information Technology provides two methods for migrating your citations from EndNote:
How do I export my EndNote data?
I need help installing Zotero!
TAMU-CC's Division of Information Technology has you covered with these useful, detailed directions for installing Zotero:
How do I install Zotero on my University computer or on my personal computer?
I want to connect with other Zotero users!
I want to set up a Zotero session for my class or a small group!
I need a consultation with a librarian to learn about Zotero!
Use this form to set up consultation with a librarian
The library only has the Zotero app installed on computers in Computer Lab 1, room 109 on the first floor. You might try other campus computer labs (check the links on the page to see what software is available).
Alternatively you can log into the web version of Zotero to collect citations and .pdfs on the library computers. Then sync your web library and library on your home computer when you get home! Or, you can set Zotero to sync your libraries in real time! Learn more about syncing your library here.
This is an example of what your web library would look like: