UA Libraries has purchased the EndNote citation management software for students, faculty and staff. EndNote is a citation management tool that saves researchers, students and librarians some valuable time. It allows users to create personal reference libraries, insert citations into Word, organize references, and send citations from databases into EndNote.
To download EndNote at UA:
For browser/cloud capability, any University of Arizona student, staff and faculty member can sign up for EndNote at www.myendnoteweb.com.
For customer support, contact Clarivate tech support (24/5): +1-800-336-4474, Option 4, followed by option 1.
About Citation Management Tools
What are Citation Management Tools?
At their most basic, citation management tools help you collect articles, books, webpages (and lots more) for use in research & format and create bibliographies using a particular citation style (APA, MLA, Chicago, and many more) to export into a research document. More advanced features in citation management tools allow you to:
Link to & store source materials
Insert in-text citations and bibliography entries while writing in a word processor.
Collaborate with others.
Annotate within PDFs.
3 Minute Intro to Citation Management Tools
What Tool Should I Use?
UA Libraries currently provides limited help and support for these three citation managers:
EndNote (including EndNote Basic)
All provide the same basic features: save citations, organize them into folders or libraries, and generate bibliographies and citations as you write.
To decide which tool is right for you, review the information in this guide and talk with people in your department about the tools they use and why.
Consider setting up an account on one of the tools and try it! Once you choose a tool, know that you can always change your mind; sources can be transferred between tools. (Please note that attachments don't always transfer.)
It may also help to make an individualized appointment with a liaison librarian at the Main Library or the Health Sciences Library (HSL) to learn more about choosing and using citation management tools. We are here to help!
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