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Decide how you will organize your research output. Perhaps a collection named "My Research" or similar with sub-collections named "Conference Presentations," "Journal Articles," etc.
Depending on how many resources you need to add and how those are best accessed, try one of the following methods to get the publications into your library. Many other options are detailed on the Zotero website.
Google the title of your publication to find the official journal/publication page, then import to the appropriate folder using the Zotero Connector extension.
Enter publication's DOI, ISBN, or PubMed ID into the Zotero "Add Item by Identifier" search tool.
Add a PDF of a publication by dragging and dropping or navigating to the file. In most cases, Zotero will automatically find the accompanying citation data, including DOI.
If you have been using Zotero and have cited any of your own work, you can drag those files into your research folder to make a copy.
Once you have a complete list of publications in your collection in Zotero, it would be best to review all the content before exporting. That reduces the time you spend manually curating resources in Faculty Success.
Faculty Success best handles the following formats using an import from BibTeX, so we recommend focusing on these types of publications when curating your personal library in Zotero:
*Miscellaneous will appear as Other in Faculty Success.