The library subscribes to several databases that support automatic citation exports to Zotero even though an obvious, direct link to export to Zotero may not be listed. RIS (the same format that is compatible with EndNote), BibTeX, and other select formats are compatible with Zotero and these options are available in most databases. Ask Us!
Configuring Zotero to work with HuskyFetch will allow Zotero to connect to library resources and find a full text copy or will provide a link to request the resource using interlibrary loan.
To add HuskyFetch to your Zotero library:
1) Access Zotero's preferences
2) Click on the advanced button
3) In the OpenURL resolver add the following link: https://col-mtu.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/openurl?institution=01COL_MTU&vid=01COL_MTU:MTU&
4) Click ok
Now when you highlight an item in your Zotero library and click on Zotero's locate button you will be sent to the library's HuskyFetch Services menu. From there, you will have the option to access the item's full text if available or request it using interlibrary loan.
Books and resources in the library catalog can be easily added to Zotero. To add an item, simply click on the Zotero book or resource icon in the web address bar of your catalog search result page. The reference is automatically saved to your Zotero library.
Start by changing your Google Scholar settings:
Start by searching for your topic in Web of Science.