Zotero is a free bibliographic referencing tool designed to help you collect, organise and manage your research. You can attach PDFs, notes and images to your citations and organise them into collections for different projects. It can also be used to create bibliographies and citations in your documents using your chosen referencing style.
Zotero is the recommended bibliographic referencing tool for the AGLC style.
Zotero can be used either as a plug-in for the Mozilla Firefox web browser or as a standalone program that works with your web browser of choice, eg. Chrome, Safari. Browse the Zotero download page for further directions.
By creating an online Zotero account, you will be able to access your references online from anywhere. If you will only be accessing your references from your own computer, you can skip this step.
The Browser plugin for Zotero allows you to access your references on your browser. If you are not connected to the internet, you can still see your references, even though you can't see your cloud account for Zotero. To get the plugin for your preferred browser:
If you chose to create a Zotero online account, you can now set up Zotero syncing to sync your data across multiple computers, access your library online, or collaborate in group libraries. Follow these steps to get started.
Zotero comes with the main commonly used referencing citation styles already loaded.
To download extra styles, including AGLC:
Once logged into your account, select My Library and you will be able to:
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