Using Zotero, you can import an individual reference, or a list of search results straight from your web browser. Once you have located an online resource, just click the Zotero icon in the browser menu bar to import. You can also import a snapshot of a webpage or drag and drop a pdf file from your computer.
Zotero works well with databases such as HeinOnline, LegalTrac and Google Scholar. It does not automatically connect with LexisNexis or Westlaw. It also has some trouble with UN documents and treaties. In these situations you can:
Zotero is referencing tool good for organisation, storage and citation.
You can make folders to organise items within your library as well as add files and notes to your resources.
Here's a few other useful tips:
It is strongly recommended that you regularly back up your Zotero library. Syncing is not a good substitute for backing up: the Zotero server only stores the most recent version of your library.
To back up your Zotero library:
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