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Zotero

Download the Chicago Annotated style

 

There are currently 2 annotated styles available from the Zotero Style Repository: Chicago and APA.

 

Annotate the reference in Zotero

Select the references you want for the bibliography

Export the bibliography from Zotero using Chicago Annotated Style

Here is your bibliography

Credit

This page features material by Erin Mooney from Emory University Library's Zotero guide.

How does it work?

Screenshot of the Cite toolbar in ZoteroBib.

Go to ZBib.org.

In the "Cite" bar, enter either the URL for a web source, the ISBN of a book, the DOI or PMID number of an article, or the title of a source. (Numbers sometimes work better than titles.) If none of those work, you can click Manual Entry and fill in the blanks.

Your bibliography appears on the page as you add sources. Use the blue bar to choose your citation style.

Screenshot of a short bibliography generated by ZoteroBib

Delete a source by mousing over it and clicking the X button that appears to the right.

To create an in-text citation or footnote, click the copy button to the right of the source and enter the page number you're citing. Then click Copy Citation and paste it into your document.

Screenshot of the in-text citation function of ZoteroBib.

Last updated on Sep 13, 2022 10:26 AM