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Tips for Users who are Blind or have Low Vision
- Zotero seems to be the citation manager that works best with screen readers.
- Check out this thread from Zotero for some workarounds.
Zotero Fast Facts
Zotero is a free, open source citation management tool. You can use it to collect, organize, and cite your research. It can also synchronize your data across devices.
ZoteroBib is a new Zotero tool that helps you make quick bibliographies.
With Zotero, you can:
- Create an account to save, organize, cite, & share your sources
- Store PDFs, images, audio files, video files, etc.
- Sort your sources into collections that mimic iTunes playlists
- Create footnotes, endnotes, in-text citations, or bibliographies in thousands of citation styles
- Create citations in documents using a plugin
- Sync data across devices
- Share sources with others & work together with a colleague or group
This document includes notes about how to use Zotero, including brief instructions on downloading Zotero, adding citations, working with citations, etc.