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Zotero Support: Adding citations from NUsearch or a database into Zotero

Adding a single citation from NUsearch or a database into Zotero

Enter NUsearch or a database and conduct a search.  Zotero also works with Google Scholar, Amazon, and other sites.

When you have found a specific record that you want to export, with the Zotero web browser connector installed on your browser, locate the white article icon in the upper right of the browser window. Click on the icon to add the citation to your Zotero library.

screenshot of database record with Zotero connector highlighted

In the upper right corner of your screen a message will appear, telling you that the citation has been saved to your Zotero library or Zotero collection.

screenshot of database record with note about items being saved into Zotero library

 


 

Adding multiple citations from NUsearch or a database into Zotero at once

Enter NUsearch and conduct a search.

Once you have a screen with a list of citations you want to add to your Zotero library, click on the yellow folder icon. A box listing all of the citations that were included on the NUSearch page will pop up. Select the citations you want to export to your Zotero library.  Click OK.

screenshot of search results in NUsearch with Zotero connector highlighted
 

The status note will indicate that your selected citations are being saved in your Zotero library.

screenshot of search results in NUsearch with a film, a book, and an article being saved into Zotero library