Zotero soon to be ‘everywhere’

Have you heard the buzz about Zotero?  You know, Zotero, the research tool that helps you save, cite and share articles, images, web pages, etc.? Up until now, Zotero users were tied exclusively to Firefox, but change is in the air.

Last night, Zotero announced some major improvements coming our way soon: a desktop version, an “expanded application programming interface (API) to provide web and mobile access to Zotero libraries,” and support for more browsers. Chrome, Safari, Explorer users, rejoice!

If you’re ready to get on the Zotero bandwagon or want to brush up on your skills, here are a few resources to help out:

See also @Zotero on Twitter.

Center for History and New Media at George Mason University produces Zotero. It is funded by the United States Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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