Please feel free to contact our Zotero instructors with any questions about our workshops, or for general inquiries about using Zotero. However, we are not able to provide advanced technical support. Please visit Zotero Support for documentation and troubleshooting forums.
Contact the Zotero team at Zotero@mail.lib.msu.edu
Hui Hua Chua
Zotero Coordinator and Instructor
The MSU Libraries offerZotero workshops for MSU students, faculty, and staff. Several classes are offered every semester.
To see a list of classes and to register to attend, please visit the Calendar of Library Events, Seminars, and Workshops.
There are several options to learn Zotero at your own pace on your own schedule.
Zotero: An Online Tutorial This MSU Libraries'-created tutorial covers the same functions as in-person workshops and is tailored for MSU users.
The Zotero Quick Start Guide will orientate you to the tool and should be enough to get you going.
The Zotero Support Documentation page provides further explanation of its features.
Or, for a comprehensive book, read Zotero: A Guide for Librarians, Researchers, and Educators.
These examples are for use during MSU Libraries' Zotero workshops.
Saving Citations by Identifier Numbers
Article title: Inadvertant plagiarism in everday life
Article title: Plagiarism: Why is it such a big issue for medical writers?
Book title: The little book of plagiarism
Creating Citations from PDFs - (Group 1)
Article title: Judging plagiarism: a problem of morality and convention
Article title: Instructor perceptions of plagiarism
Creating Citations from PDFs - (Group 2)
Article title: Scientific plagiarism and the theft of ideas
Article title: Write from wrong
Adding Attachments to Citations
Article title: The persistence of plagiarism, the riddle of originality
Article title: Giving credit where credit is due: A study of anti-plagiarism detection software in the classroom