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Announcing Zotero 5.0!

Princeton Theological Seminary Library promotes the use of Zotero 5.0, the latest, free, open-source, citation management application. Zotero 5.0 can save references for books, articles and websites retrieved using Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari. You can insert citations directly into Microsoft Word documents from your Zotero library of references. To install Zotero 5.0, navigate to: https://www.zotero.org/download/. Please contact IT Services at Help.Desk@ptsem.edu for assistance installing Zotero. For assistance using Zotero (after installation), please contact academic.technology@ptsem.edu.

EndNote Access and Support Discontinued

NOTE: the PTS Library has discontinued support for EndNote. If you currently use a version of PTS-licensed EndNote, that you received as a PTS student or faculty member, you are encouraged to promptly transition to Zotero 5.0.

To transition from EndNote 6 for Mac to Zotero 5.0 for Mac, follow the instructions in the downloadable PDF linked below.

To transition from EndNote 7 to Zotero 5.0, follow the instructions available at: https://www.zotero.org/support/kb/importing_records_from_endnote

EndNote Status at the PTS Library

If you own your own version of EndNote, you are welcome to continue using it, but no new installations can be provided by the IT Help Desk, nor can support for EndNote be provided through the PTS Library. To purchase your own license for EndNote, navigate to: http://endnote.com/buy.

NOTE: the PTS Library neither endorses nor supports the commercial product EndNote.

Click here for instructions on using EndNote at PTS.


Contact academic.technology@ptsem.edu if you have any questions, comments or concerns.