You can use Zotero groups to:
Zotero groups have different privacy settings for different needs.
Private groups can share items in a library or collection and will not be publicly shared online (added to the Zotero group search).
Public groups are groups that can be seen by the entire Zotero and online community using the search but have the option to:
For this class, you will be sharing your annotated bibliography folder with Prof. Kramer.
For more information about Zotero groups:
Once you have created your group, you can invite Dr. Kramer on Zotero.org:
You can use Zotero Group Libraries to collaborate with multiple people on a project and keep track of all of your sources in one convenient place.
STEP ONE: Create a new group
STEP TWO: You will be automatically taken to the Zotero webpage and promted to sign in.
STEP THREE: After you log in you will be taken to the "Create a New Group" page. Name your group: FirstName LastName, WGST 3000. For example: Jessica Smith, WGST 3000
STEP FOUR: Set your group library settings. You should make the group "Private" and Library Reading by "Any Group Member
STEP FIVE: Select "Member Settings" to edit the group's members
STEP SIX: Under Member Invitations, select "Send More Invitations"
STEP SEVEN: Add Prof. Kramer as a member by entering "firstname.lastname@example.org" and "Invite Members".
STEP EIGHT: Your group should sync on both online and in Zotero desktop. You can drag items into your group library using the desktop application.