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French Language & Literature: Citation

A guide to resources for the study of the French language and literatures in French.

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What is Zotero?

Zotero (https://www.zotero.org/) is a free citation management application.  It automatically senses content and allows you to add it to your personal library with a single click. Whether you want to add a book citation from our library catalog or Amazon, a journal article from JSTOR or a news story from the New York Times, Zotero allows you to add the citations with a click.  You can use Zotero to create a bibliography or add footnotes. 

Click on the link for the Zotero research guide below for more information on using Zotero. 

ZoteroBib

Create citations on the fly, with no account creation or software installations, at ZoteroBib

Getting Stuff into Zotero

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