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RUSS 237: Beyond Beef Stroganoff, Food in Russian Culture
A handy set of examples of the various citation types, compiled and published by the Chicago Manual of Style.
A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian; Wayne C. Booth (Revised by); Gregory G. Colomb (Revised by); University of Chicago Press Staff (Revised by); Joseph M. Williams (Revised by)
If the Zotero connector doesn't seem to be communicating with your Zotero application, go to Zotero.org and log in with your zotero account. This will let your browser, and therefore the connector, know who you are, and it will be able to send citations to your Zotero application again.
3) Configure Zotero's Preferences
Sync to your Zotero Account
In Preferences, click "Sync"
Enter your Zotero username and password.
Choosing your Default Citation Style
In Preferences, click "Export."
Use the "Default Output Format" menu to select your preferred style.
The three step process outlined above is meant to get your Zotero account up and running. Please see your librarian for help with how to add citations into Zotero, how to use the web plugin to save citations, how to create folders and groups, and how to add notes and tags within each of your citations. Your librarian can also show you how to insert citations as you write your paper nad generate your final bibliography.