how to make a works cited page in google docs
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The research sidebar is great for finding studies and academic papers on many subjects, but Chris Hoffman at The How-To Geek suggests taking advantage of the research sidebar’s ability to insert perfect citations and footnotes as well. Here’s how:
When you open Google Docs in a browser that has a Zotero connector installed, you will see a Zotero option added to your menu.
To add a citation to your document, you can choose “Add/edit citation” from the menu or click on the Z button in the Google Docs toolbar. You will be prompted to choose your citation style. Choose the citation using the citation dialog. Add citations and create bibliographies as described under the Bibliographies tab of this guide.
- Open a document in Google Docs , then select Tools > Research. Or use shortcut Ctrl+Alt+Shift+I.
- Find the paper or study you’d like to cite by selecting Scholar in the search bar, then searching by keyword or author.
- Select the study or paper and click either Cite as footnote or Insert.
Google Docs offers a research tool. You can use the research sidebar to automatically insert the appropriate citations you need for your paper.