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About this guide
Get started with Zotero by downloading the latest version of the application. You should also download the connectors for the browsers you use <there are no connectors for InternetExplorer/Edge>.
While Zotero has no "official" apps, there are various apps available either free, or for a small fee, from third party providers [See Mobile Apps in the Learn More box to the left].
Good to Know
- Zotero supports thousands of citation styles [see Citation Styles in the Learn More box to the left].
- Collaborate with other researchers using Zotero: create groups, work with a partner, you decide how open to be!
- Zotero provides 300MB of free online storage and syncing options. More storage is available for a fee.
- Access your Zotero account online--get your research anywhere you have Internet access!
- You can set up Zotero to look for the citation in the Zotero Library in Carnegie Mellon University Libraries' Catalog. Here's how:
1. Select Preferences from the Zotero menu
2. In the Preferences Box, find the resolver box and enter this proxy URL: