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Manage Your Citations

RefWorks
 

This web-based citation manager program is available to UA faculty, staff, and students. 

You can:

  • Import citations from library databases
  • Create bibliographies in your chosen style or create a custom style
  • Download Write-n-Cite into Microsoft Word to access citations and create footnotes and a bibliography

Learn more by watching a video tutorial.

EndNote

UA staff, students, and faculty are eligible for a free EndNote Web account.

  • Import citations from databases
  • Create and organize bibliographies
  • Cite while you write

You can also purchase EndNote desktop software from the UA Bookstores (discounted price for UA community).

Learn more at EndNote Web Help and EndNote Web Tutorials.

Mendeley

This free reference manager helps you organize sources, collaborate with others, and discover the latest research. Software must be installed on a personal computer.

You can:

  • Manage references and citations
  • Search and discover content
  • Read and annotate articles
  • Upload PDFs and sync across devices
  • Create collaborative work groups
  • Join the UA Mendeley group to collaborate on campus

Zotero

A free tool to collect, manage, cite, and share sources. 

You can:

  • Download Zotero as a Firefox extension or standalone application
  • Use plug-ins for other web browsers, Word, and LibreOffice
  • Sync your Zotero library to view from any computer
  • Use portable Firefox with Zotero on a flash drive to use on any computer

Learn more with the Zotero Quick Start Guide.

Not sure which tool to use? See a comparison of reference management software. Still need help? Contact your librarian.