Citation management tools collect, manage, and cite research from all types of sources to help you organize and create your bibliography.
The library offers a variety of Savvy Researcher workshops which explain how to use citation managers. A list of current workshops can be found here:
Citations are used to give credit to those you reference in your papers and presentations. Citation styles are the specific way you organize information related to each reference, such as title and author. Citations are important because they maintain your academic integrity and give proper credit to those you reference.
The most common citation styles are MLA (from the Modern Language Association), APA (from the American Psychological Association), and Chicago (from the Chicago Manual of Style).
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Citation management tools are useful for collecting and citing sources. Some popular citation management tools are Zotero, Calibre, Mendeley, and EndNote.
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