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Reference / Citation Managers

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Reference management software allows you to record, organize and use bibliographic references for your research and assignments.

It will also allow you to create and format bibliographies in many different citation styles - saving you lots of time!

Selected reference managers include Refworks, EndNote, Zotero and Mendeley.



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Feeling overwhelmed with all your references?  

The University Library is offering free citation manager sessions every Friday in February and March for those who want learn more about these tools and how they can help you save time and stay organized!! 

You will learn the basics from importing and organizing references to creating bibliographies.

Feel free to attend any of these sessions across campus!

Fri Feb 7 1:00pm Basic RefWorks Education Building, Room 1037
Fri Feb 28 1:30pm Advanced RefWorks Education Building, Room 1037
Fri Feb 28 2:30pm Basic RefWorks Murray Library, Room 161
Fri March 7 10:00am Basic RefWorks Murray Library, Room 161
Fri March 14 1:30pm Mendeley / Zotero Murray Library, Collaborative Learning Lab (1st Floor)
Fri March 21 12:30pm Basic RefWorks Engineering Building, Delta Lab Room 2B04
Fri March 28 1:00pm Basic EndNote (desktop version) Health Science Library Meeting Room

LaTeX & RefWorks

There was a question regarding using LaTeX with Write-n-Cite (WnC) (RefWorks) from a past session. WnC is a plug-in specifically for Word so cannot be used directly with LaTeX. However, there are other ways that you can include references from your RefWorks account in a LaTeX document. See this guide from MIT Libraries.


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