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FYS 100 (06): Representing Civil Rights in Richmond: Writing and Citing

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ZoteroBib Zotero's quick cite tool.

 

 

 

Zotero is a free citation management tool that can automatically import citations into your personal account, organize sources into folders, and generate bibliographies in a variety of citation styles. It also includes a word processor plugin for formatting footnotes and parenthetical citations.

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