#LibTECH: There’s an App For That | Inserting Citations Using Google Docs (10.14.2014)

Do you use Google Docs (Google Drive) to create papers for class? Google Docs now has the capability to cite articles found online. Here is how to use this tool in Google Docs:

  1. Open a Document in Google Docs. Then select the Tools menu from the bar and select Research.

#LibTECH: There’s an App For That | Inserting Citations using Google Docs (10.14.2014) - Chesnutt Library, (googledocsciting1)

  1. Search for the article or paper you are using in the Google Scholar search bar.

#LibTECH: There’s an App For That | Inserting Citations using Google Docs (10.14.2014) - Chesnutt Library (googledocsciting_2)

  1. Select the article or paper and click “Cite as footnote” or “Insert.” Be sure to select the citing style you prefer (MLA, APA, or Chicago) using the drop down menu.

#LibTECH: There’s an App For That | Inserting Citations using Google Docs (10.14.2014) - Chesnutt Library (googledocsciting_3)

 

Learn more about citing using Google Docs here.

You can also use Chesnutt Library resources to cite. Bookmark our How to Cite LibGuide!

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