Zotero groups provide the opportunity for students and faculty to collaborate remotely to build custom bibliographies using commonly known resource identifiers, such as ISBN numbers and website URLs. These web-based bibliographies can be used in classroom instruction, community engagement activities, and much more. This guide will cover how to create a personal Zotero account, create a Zotero group, customize group privacy settings, add members to your group, and create collections of bibliographic content.
* Please note: If you do not have the most current Zotero Chrome addon you may encounter problems with other services such as Kanopy that require a proxy connector. This conflict, if experienced, is resolved by uninstalling the Zotero Chrome addon and installing the most current version.