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Film Genres

incl. Animation, B-movies & Cult Cinema, Documentary, Film Noir, Horror, Science Fiction, The Western, Comedy, The Musical.

Which citation manager should I use?

Citation managers can help you:  

  • collect the citation information for books, articles, websites, and more 
  • automatically format in-text citations and bibliographies
  • save the citation information, PDFs and notes in the cloud
  • organize the research materials in folders or share folders with others

More info can be found in UofT Libraries Citation Management Guide or another great Comparison chart of reference management software on Wikipedia for even more suggestions.

CITATION MANAGER WORD PROCESSOR / SOFTWARE SET UP  ONLINE GUIDES

Zotero (free)

www.zotero.org

Due to Apple updates, Zotero's plugin for Safari is not being updated at this time. 

Word 

Google Docs

 

  • Register for free account
  • Download software (make sure Word is closed):
    • Using Chrome or Safari: download software and browser plug in
    • Using Firefox: download software and Cite It Write plugin
  • Sync your account
  • Set up PDF plugin so Zotero can retreive citation information (only works if the PDF is readable)
http://guides.library.utoronto.ca/zotero

EndNote Basic (free)

www.myendnoteweb.com

Word 

Google Docs

  • Register for free account
  • Cite While You Write plugin
  • web browser add ons
  • Previously named EndNote Web
 

EndNote X8

(Purchase Required

endnote.com 

Word

Pages 

Google Docs

http://clarivate.libguides.com/endnote_training

ProQuest RefWorks

(free but requies an active UofT email) 

refworks.proquest.com

Word

Google Docs

  • Register for free account with your Utoronto email
  • Please note that there is an older version of RefWorks (orange logo) and it doesn't work with Google Docs

http://proquest.libguides.com/newrefworks/gettingstarted 

RefWorks Quick Start Guide