Citation Management Tools

EndNote

EndNote is a powerful citation management tool which helps users search hundreds of online resources for bibliographic information and PDFs. Using this tool users can store and organize PDFs into meaningful collections, and read, review, annotate and search within the PDFs in personal libraries or libraries shared with others for group projects. The tool can also build bibliographies in a huge range of referencing styles. It is available for both Windows and Mac (desktop and iOS app).

Note: The software is licensed for all DKU faculty, students and staff. It is not permitted to share with others outside DKU.

Access Instructions:

  1. Access DKU SharePoint
  2.  Select the appropriate version of EndNote 20 to install the software to your devices (EndNote X9 is still available to download and use).
  3. Please follow the instruction EndNote 20 Install Steps to complete installation (You will not be prompted for a Product Key).
  4. Libraries created in an earlier version of EndNote can be converted to adapt the new version (a prompt message will pop up).

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Zotero

Zotero is a free, open source citation management tool created by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

The tool supports the capture of bibliographic data for a range of source types, the storage and organization of PDFs, and automation of in-text citations and reference lists using Microsoft Word and Google Docs.

Access Instructions:

  • Go to the Zotero download page.
  • Click the ‘Download’ button to install the software
  • Install the ‘Connector’ for your chosen web browser (this allows you to capture bibliographic information from the web)
  • If you would like to sync your account across multiple devices, create your account at the Zotero registration page.

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