Zotero is a free easy tool for capturing all your sources for that big paper or assignment. Zotero can help you remember articles, web pages, YouTube vidoes, books from the library or even books from Amazon. And then Zotero will help you build a bibliography!
But like all magic, it comes with a price. You will still need to check the citations Zotero pulls in about your sources to make sure the information is complete and accurate. Sometimes a DOI number is left off or the wrong type is applied (article vs. book chapter vs. encyclopedia). Once you’ve checked to make sure the information is correct, you’ll be making bibliographies just for fun.
Extensive Zotero Resource from WSU
Zotero Troubleshooting and Quick Start Guides: http://www.zotero.org/support/
To get set-up on Zotero … See the YouTube playlist of Zotero videos for more help.
To get set-up on Zotero …
See the YouTube playlist of Zotero videos for more help.
ProfHacker wrote about using the apps ZotPad and iAnnotate: http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/working-with-zotero-on-the-ipad-with-zotpad/42094