ZoteroBib or Zbib is a relatively new offering from Zotero but an extremely handy one. Zbib is a temporary citation management system built entirely in the web and does not require an account with Zotero. It allows you to input citation information for your sources for fast easy bibliography/works cited creation. Because you do not need an account, there are some different ways to save your information which will be covered below, but it still can be done. However, there are features that you get in the Web Library and the desktop version of Zotero that are not available from Zbib including notes, attachments, adding related links between sources, and no plugins at all. You can also not use the browser connector with Zbib. Just think of Zbib as a quick and dirty citation manager for short term use.
Here's how to use Zbib or Zoterobib.
The nice thing about Zbib is that you don't need an account and you can add more than one entry to this list. To add another, just go back up and follow the same steps. You can add as many sources as you want and then export the entire bibliography/works cited/reference list at the end.
You can also create a linked version on Zbib. This will allow you to delete all your sources you added and still come back to them later. However, the linked version only lasts for a short amount of time on Zotero's servers if you do not use it regularly, so don't rely on this if you don't plan on coming back to it for some time. Linked versions are great for sharing the sources with other people, saving the URL/Link and coming back to it on a different computer and/or working on multiple source lists at a time. You can find more about using this option from Zotero.
Zbib stores all the data you use in your browser's cache. If you clear your cache, you will lose everything you had added to Zbib unless you create a linked version. Make sure to save those links in another document because if you lose it, you lose your work.