Many at Phillips use Zotero to track and help generate citations when doing their research and writing. It has recently come to our attention that Zotero went through an update, and the "Zotero for Firefox" and the "Standalone" versions have been replaced with these:
If you would like the previous versions of Zotero, which match the current library tutorials covering it (found in the Resources for Success on Moodle course along with other guides), you can click on "Looking for Zotero 4.0?" on the above page to get these options:
As always, when using Zotero, be sure to double check the citations it generates against the Phillips Style Guide (recently updated!). As a reminder: Turabian is considered the primary style guide at Phillips, though the Phillips Style Guide has adapted and supplemented Turabian at points. It is based on The Chicago Manual of Style. The Phillips library maintains a subscription for students and faculty to the Chicago Manual of Style Online, accessible from this library page.
Though a new tutorial is coming soon to reflect the update, here is the original tutorial and handout link to show you how Zotero might work for you: