About Zotero Library
Browse the library
From this library view you can search all of the sources and generate citations. To search the library, simply use the search box in the top right corner. To generate citations, check the source you want to cite and click the ‘cite’ icon in the top right corner.
It is possible to access a rich set of metadata such as publication, abstract, URL to online full text PDFs and more, for all of the sources in the library. Simply click the source title to access this information.
Export research sources
You can also export sources from the Daughters of Themis library to your own reference manager (e.g. Zotero, EndNote, Medeley). Simply check the sources you want to export, click the ‘export’ icon in the top right of the web view and choose the format associated with your reference manager. If you wish to download Zotero, it is available here.
Stay up to date
If you wish to stay up to date with the new sources that are added to the library, you can easily subscribe to the RSS-feed using your RSS reader. Click here or find the link on the left hand side on the library web view. It is also possible to sort the library by date to see the latest sources. Click on the icon “Library settings” in the top right corner of the web view, check “date” and click save. Now you can sort the entire library by date by clicking on this column.
Video 1 - Registration and installation
Video 2 - How to use the Library
Video 3 - Information for Daughters of Themis members only
(VLC media file .mp4) (3:03:06) 30.01.2018
(This video covers information and features that are only relevant to the members of the daughters of themis network.)
https://www.zotero.org/support/quick_start_guide - https://www.zotero.org/support/
New members of Daughters of Themis should contact Beate Sjåfjell to be invited to join the Daughters of Themis Zotero library group.