Zotero is a very useful resource and makes creating a reference list simple! It took me awhile to figure out how to save my sources correctly because I wasn’t sure whether to save the pdf document or the website. I will definitely be using this resource in the future when I need to create a reference list. In the past, I had used sites like easybib.com but that requires you to insert all the information yourself. It was great how Zotero does it all for you! Using Google Scholar and Albertsons Library wasn’t new to me as I have used similar resources in the past when writing research papers. I love the ease of finding articles from countless resources right at your fingertip!
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