|Zotero is available for these browsers, click to download:
||Juris-M is available for all these browsers, click to download:
What does "integrated" mean?
Zotero or Juris-M is installed "inside" of Firefox as an extension. In this mode, you need to have Firefox open to use the software. An additional pane will appear with Zotero/Juris-M in it so you can simulatanesouly browse the web for sources and see them populate into your database. The keyboard shortcut for bringing up the Zotero/Juris-M pane is ctrl+shift+z.
What does "Standalone" mean?
Zotero runs as a seperate program, your browser and Zotero communicate through a plugin for the browser of your choice.
Which one should I choose?
It's not an significant difference. You should choose the which ever installation of Zotero goes with the browser you're happiest using. If you want to know more about using the integrated Zotero for Firefox version:
|Zotero Connector plugins download:
||Juris-M Connector plugins download:
What happens after the connector plug-ins are installed? These connector plugins will create a new button in your browser. By clicking the button, it sends PDFs and metadata to your Zotero/Juris-M database.
You'll see icons like the following in your browser, likely the upper right someplace. The icon will change depending on what Zotero / Juris-M thinks it is seeing. Clicking the button will pull data into your personal library. If you're looking at a PDF, the file will also be downloaded and added.