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When you find articles of interest in a database or search engine, bibliographic management programs such as Zotero or EndNote make it easy to create a personal collection of references (citations and/or articles) and easily cite them in your paper in APA Style.
- EndNote offers many of the same features. Must be purchased. Available from the University Computer Store, TechZone.
- Mendeley is a free application and does not require Internet access. It can query PubMed for more accurate citation information and matching PDFs, yet with mixed success.
- Zotero is open-source and free. An additional plug-in is required to manage PDFs. Internet access not required.
*Briscoe Library provides classes and support for Endnote and Zotero.
Consider Building a BrowZine Library
BrowZine allows you to:
- Easily browse e-journals on the website or via the mobile app
- Create a personalized collection of your favorite journals
- Be alerted when new articles are published in your favorite journals