For help with your library account, contact Jeff Frank (email@example.com)
You can search Google Scholar from the library's homepage and see the Find It@SJSU links without having to change your Google settings!
Zotero is a free, open source citation manager with a desktop app, browser extension, and integration with Google Docs, Microsoft Word, and LibreOffice.
1. Download Zotero. Go to Zotero.org and click on the red Download button. From the download page, download the desktop app and the browser extension, Zotero Connector.
2. Register for an account. Click on the register link in the upper right hand corner of the download page. Fill out the form to create your account.
3. Log in to Zotero. Once the Zotero desktop app downloads, find and open Preferences (Mac users: Zotero menu, PC users: Edit menu). Click over to the Sync tab and enter your username and password. Now you're set to use Zotero!
Paperpile is a web-based reference citation management system, with emphasis on integration with Google apps and Google Chrome.
1. Select the Start Free Trial option. You will need to login with your SJSU email address.
2. Next, go to Settings > Account info and click on "Activate site license"
3. Enter your SJSU email address, and then click the activation link you will receive via email.
When starting Paperpile, it will prompt you to install the browser extension that helps save citations to your library. If the pop-up does not show up, click here to install the extension.
After you click the "Go" button, you'll be asked to log in to your SJSUOne account, if you haven't already.
Use your SJSU email address to create your account.
For security, we recommend that you pick a password other than your SJSUOne password.
The first time you login, you'll be asked for a few details:
When you've completed the setup, you'll get a confirmation with your account expiration date:
Now you can use your account to log in to the NY Times website from anywhere!