This libguide has been created to help you easily install and use the Zotero citation management tool. Taking a bit of time to learn to use this program will likely save you many, many hours of the tideous process of writing bibliographies, etc., for your academic papers.
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Remember: although Zotero will save you hours of work, it is a computer program and doesn't always know when and if it's making a mistake. It's always a good idea to check over your citations and make sure that they conform properly to the citation style that you're using. To check them over, go to http://www.library.ualberta.ca/augustana/citations/, select your citation style, and just scan over your citations. Watch out in particular for Zotero not grabbing the permalink from the database that you took an article from.