Zotero is a free/mium, open source reference management tool/application. Zotero allows you to easily save articles found in library subscription databases such as Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, JSTOR, and PubMed, as well as bibliographic details, PDFs or other files, comments/notes, and indexing terms/tags. Most saved PDFs are searchable and can be annotated in-app. Zotero also captures bibliographic information and live screenshots for Web content such as webpages, blog posts, newspaper articles, YouTube videos, Amazon books, and images on sites such as Flickr. When you are ready to write, you can use Zotero to integrate your references into your work in many citation styles using MS Word and/or Google Docs. References can be backed up and shared between computers and even with other people over the Web. Zotero works with the Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Safari browsers; if you are using another browser certain items can be added to your online library via a bookmarklet. Third-party apps are available to use Zotero on tablets and smartphones and provide added functionality.
Zotero users can edit citation styles themselves (this will make fixing citations and working with variant styles much easier). The process is being developed by Columbia University and Zotero frenemy Mendeley - find out more in this press release from Columbia University and at the CSL editor developer blog, or test the beta version (note: installing it will be different...)
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