What if you just need a quick list of formatted citations, like a Works Cited list for that conference proposal you drafted in Google docs? That’s where ZoteroBib comes to the rescue. Find the item online (the article in JSTOR, the newspaper article, whatever), copy the URL and paste it into ZoteroBib’s search bar.
It also takes DOIs, ISBNs, PubMed IDs, and other identifiers. The service will return a formatted citation according to the style guide of your choice, and will allow you to build (and save, and share) a fully formatted bibliography. No account necessary, and no marketing or ads to clutter up your research space.
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