Adding Articles from ProQuest into Zotero
Hi, this is Giz Womack and today I'll be showing you how to take the results of a ProQuest search and store them in Zotero. Begin in a ProQuest database. You can access the ProQuest database from the library's homepage by clicking on the link to databases. Today we're going to do an advanced search and search for three terms: healthcare, United States and reform. Click search and review your search results. When you find a search result you would like to put in Zotero, follow the link, and in the Document View you will see an icon that looks like a sheet of paper in the URL bar. This icon serves as a button to save this item into Zotero. You'll notice in the lower right corner a window will pop up that says the item is being saved in Zotero. To confirm this you can click on the Zotero button in the lower right corner, click on the item, and you can make any changes required to any of the fields in the citation. You can add notes, you can attach files, and you can use the link to locate the original article. Additionally, in Zotero you have the ability to create a collection. Users may find it useful to create a collection for each project. This has been How to Store an Article from ProQuest into Zotero. If you have questions or need further assistance, please see our website, zsr.wfu.edu/ask. Thank you.