Cut the Confusion: RefWorks, EndNote, or Something Else?

Are you in need of a software program that can manage your references? Do you want a program that can create your citations and bibliography in whatever format you need? Oh – you also want it to store pdf copies of articles?

The University provides access to RefWorks and EndNote for all faculty, students, and staff. Both RefWorks and EndNote will store your references, allow you to attach pdf copies of articles, and create citations and bibliographies in a number of styles.

But wait! There’s more! There are other web-based options that do similar things.

The question is: What program is best for YOU?

This month’s Final Friday presentation will cut the confusion and help you decide which bibliographic management program will work best for you. Please join us on Friday, July 30, from noon to 1:00 in the History of Medicine Room in Miner Library.

No registration is required. Simply show up. Feel free to bring your lunch – and a friend!

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