How do I use Zotero with HeinOnline?
Zotero is compatible with HeinOnline. Users are able to bookmark articles directly from a search results list in HeinOnline, or when viewing the pages of an article. Zotero is a free, easy-to-use extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. To use Zotero you must first download the program to Windows, or install the Zotero Connector to your browser. Zotero is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Using Zotero, bookmark articles directly from a search results list. Click the folder icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser.
You will be presented with a dialog box that gives you the option to select the articles you would like to bookmark.
When you click OK you will see a screen confirming the articles are being saved.
Users can also bookmark an article they are currently viewing in HeinOnline. While viewing an article, click on the small page icon in the address bar.
To access the list of articles you have bookmarked, click on the Z in the right corner of the status bar. Click My Library and the documents you saved will appear.
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