Library Research Guide
Chicago Manual of Style is commonly used in literature, history and the arts.
You can use a variety of resources for using the Chicago style properly; we have listed some below to get you started.
Zotero allows users to store, organize, edit, and/or create citations from a variety of resource types, including: articles, books, web pages, images, and more. Zotero:
Managing Citations and References
Citations and references, while essential to the research and publishing, can also consume a lot of your valuable time storing, organizing, and formatting them. This hands-on workshop introduces the essentials of citation manager tools and will introduce several different tools before focusing on Zotero. Participants will set up an account and learn some of the common steps to organize citations and create bibliographies.
On December 31, 2019 RefWorks accounts created with your K-State email address will cease to exist. For more information, please visit the RefWorks Transition page: lib.ksu.edu/refworks-transition.
RefWorks is a citation management tool available to all K-State students, staff, faculty and alumni free of charge. Click on the image to sign in to the most recent version of RefWorks. First time users click the "create account" link.