Zotero for iPad

If you’re a user of the Zotero bibliographic software, and you do research on your iPad or other tablet, check this out!

You can now save citations directly to your Zotero library from your iPad using the new Zotero bookmarklet. It just takes a minute, and copying and pasting a bit of code, to set up. You’ll also need a free Zotero account.

We’ve got step by step setup instructions on our Zotero guide, or see Zotero’s official website for more information.

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About Jason Puckett

Jason Puckett is the GSU Communication Librarian. I work with undergrad Journalism and Speech students, and grad/faculty Communication researchers. I also support and teach Zotero.
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4 Responses to Zotero for iPad

  1. chitra says:

    A great work.Step by instructions is very goods and is easily understandable..I just checked this its very interesting

  2. I am currently using Zotero for citations and bibliographies. I currently just use it to remember websites that have downloadable pdf files, or what they call it, attaching. Their website say that the program is free, but there’s a cost on the program for file storage.

    Clear some things up for me. What is the difference b/w attaching the files on your account and storing files in your storage? Will I have to pay for this usage?

    Please give me professional answers instead of one sentence answers and any of those that are of no help whatsoever.

    Thanks

  3. Gabe Gossett says:

    Another handy resource for Zotero on iPad is the Papership app, which lets you view your library (though, sadly, not group libraries for some reason), and for a fee lets you use annotation tools. It’s not perfect, but it has been useful from my minimal use so far.

    http://www.papershipapp.com/

  4. David says:

    I’ve shifted from Mendeley to Zotero. Was just getting used to Mendeley, but had always been a bit miffed by some of their quirks. Thanks for your post.

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