Zotero: What Do You Think?

20 05 2010

Zotero bills itself as a powerful, easy-to-use research tool that allows academics to research, write, and cite with greater ease. I’m interested in what readers of this blog think of Zotero? How does it compare to EndNote and the equivalent products?

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20 05 2010
jliedl

Count me in as a fan of Zotero, both because it’s easy to add a source that you find online as well as to share libraries with your students through the creation of a public library of selected items.

20 05 2010
andrewdsmith

A public library for the students in a great idea!

21 05 2010
sj

I have never used EndNote but I can attest that Zotero is great. I have used it for about 2 years+ and am always finding new applications. The word processor plug-in alone is fantastic not to mention the search function as well as the ease of downloading citations.

27 05 2010
Andy Brown

I think Zotero is very good for humanities but is not web based. You should give WizFolio a try. WizFolio is a web 2.0 bibliographic management tool with Word 2003/2007 plugin that allows you to cite your citations. With WizAdd you can almost easily import anything off the internet in cite-able format using our powerful parsers. We will be releasing a citation tool for Google Docs and Open Office in June 2010. Do let us know about your comments at techsupport@wizfolio.com

27 05 2010
andrewdsmith

Will check it out.

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