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Zotero is a fantastic tool that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's free and easy to use.
Zotero Standalone is currently installed on all the public computers at Baylor (both PC and Mac).
However, in order to use the program, you will have to install the browser connector. You can find the browser connector on the Zotero download page.
Institutional File Storage
Baylor has an institutional file storage plan with Zotero, so your files will be backed up on the Zotero servers, as well as your citation data. This also means that you can use Zotero file storage for groups.
In order to take advantage of this, make sure
You have signed up for a Zotero account with your baylor.edu email address. If you did not do that originally, you can add your Baylor email address as an additional email address in your Zotero.org account settings.
You configure your sync settings in your preferences in this manner: