This page is intended to provide an introduction to storing, organizing, and sharing your research with citation management tools.
What is a citation management system?
A citation management system is a tool designed to make your work easier!
There are many great features to a citation management system:
- save and organize your references
- insert and format citations within your paper
- create a bibliography
- search library databases
- collaborate with others online
- discover the latest research
Connector tool allows for easy reference information capture
Captures website snapshots
Sharing capabilities include public and private groups
Crowd sourced database and individual paper recommendations
Share references with other EndNote Online users anywhere in the world.
Use your citations from any computer.
|Word Processor Capability
|Share Resources With Others
||Yes, if others have EndNote.
|Operating System Support
||Linux, Mac, Windows, Zotero for Mobile
||Mac, Windows, Linux, iOs app
||Free (extra cost for upgraded storage)
||The online-only version, EndNote Basic, is available for free but with fewer features.
This guide includes content adapted with permission from the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh.