If you use Zotero on one of the college's lab PCs, it will store your citation data on your H:\ drive.
Zotero gives you 300 MB of storage space for free in order to attach PDFs, images, or any other file to a reference in your library.
You can purchaes additional storage at an annual rate. As of August 2017, 2 GB costs $20 per year.
You can find the current rate on zotero.org once you have logged in with your account.
What is Zotero? What does it do?
Using This Guide
This guide is several pages long -- use the tabs across the top to navigate through topics or the "Print Guide" link at the top of the page to print the whole guide.
Zotero Quick Start Guide
Important Zotero Caveat
Zotero is a great tool that can make managing citations and creating bibliographies much easier, but it is not perfect. It may occasionally make mistakes importing data or piecing together citations, so you need to be familiar enough with your preferred citation style to proofread any content Zotero auto-generates.
Before you can use Zotero, you'll need to download two things:
You can find both of these on the Zotero downloads page.
The website should automatically detect your operating system and whatever browser you're using at the time. If you plan to use Zotero with multiple browsers, you'll need to download the appropriate connector for each one.