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JRE420: People Management and Organizational Behaviour

Citation Managment Software

Citation management software can be used to save references you find in article databases or the catalogue, organize and share these references and even  create a bibliography in using different citation styles.

Each citation manager has different features.  Some work better for some projects than others and no one manager is best for everyone or all needs.  Before deciding on which citation management software to use, why not try out a few and see which one you prefer.

Not sure where to start? For a comparison chart of a number of different citation managers please visit the Citation Management Research Guide.

 

Possible Citation Managers to Consider

Below is a list of some citation management software you may want to consider (please note this is not an exhaustive list of all possible software):

 

Refworks

 

EndNote

  • EndNote (fee-based; U of T Bookstore gives student discounts)

 

Zotero

 

WizFolio

  • WizFolio (licenced by U of T; sign up with your U of T email)

 

Reference Manager

What is RefWorks?


 

RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic reference manager that is licenced for all U of T students, faculty, and staff to use. 

What that means:

  • Organize your research
  • Build a bibliography in a variety of formats
  • Import references from many sources (article databases, web, library catalogue, etc)
  • Export references to EndNote, Reference Manger, etc
  • Access it from anywhere in the world

 

Login to RefWorks

Or, if you are new to RefWorks, click here for an online tutorial.