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An overview for installing, setting up, and using the bibliographic manager Zotero. Based on guide created by Jason Puckett and licensed by Georgia State University Library at http://research.library.gsu.edu/c.php?g=115275&p=750658
1. In RefWorks, click on References--Export. Choose All References, or My List, or a folder. Keep the format as Bibliographic Software.
2. A new tab will open, containing some code. In your browser menu, go to File, and choose Save Page As. Select Text File, and select a name and location for your file.
3. Open the Zotero program on your computer. Click the Actions icon , or go to the File menu, and select Import. Select the .txt file you saved above. This will create a single new folder with all your imported citations. You can them move them to another folder if you wish.
Note: Zotero will not maintain all the folders in your RefWorks account. If you want to keep your established folders, you could alternatively move your citations one folder at a time--as you import each folder, rename it with the same name you used in RefWorks. This process involves more importing steps total but makes it easier to re-establish your folders.
Switching from RefWorks: Video
Video tutorial from the University of Rhode Island University Libraries.
Need some help with switching or learning Zotero? Here's a list of people and opportunties that can help: