Zotero was easier to learn how to use than I anticipated, mostly due to the tutorials posted on the site. I was completely impressed with everything that Zotero is capable of. It can even cite and create a bibliography! I was doubtful if it would easily do everything it claimed…I thought there was going to be a roadblock that I would never master, but there wasn’t (knock on wood). My library, https://www.zotero.org/kojack/items, is basic but I just wanted to test the different types of documents I could store to get familiar with the site. I went to Amazon and picked a book I want to read and was pleasantly surprised to see that the book tag showed up in my address box for me to click. Likewise, when I tested Zotero at the New York Times website and with electronic journals from UB libraries. I did run into some problems with articles through Wilson Web. I would get a known translator issue and haven’t figured out how to troubleshoot that, but it seems minor compared to everything else Zotero is capable of. I practiced using it in a word document to cite and that went smoothly as well. Overall, I am pleased with what I’ve experienced on the site so far. I think it will help immensely with the storing and organizing of research documents that I had previously stored on flash drives. I plan to strictly use this site for research and academics and keep other sites like Delicious for articles of interest.