Learn more about your citation management options!
There are a variety of different citation management tools available to fit almost anyone's preferences. Some things to consider when choosing a citation management tool:
EndNote for Windows and Macintosh is a valuable all-in-one tool that integrates the following tasks into one program:
EndNote Web delivers tools to:
Why use EndNote or EndNote Web?
EndNote is a client-based software program. It is available to Fred Hutch staff via Center IT's Software Licensing Catalog. Additionally, several versions of EndNote for both PC and Mac are available for use in the Shared Resources Computer Lab at the Arnold Library.
EndNote Web is a free, web-based companion to EndNote. To register for an account, visit MyEndNoteWeb.com.
Warning Check compatibility and systems requirements to see if your current systems and programs are EndNote-ready.
Refer to the following resources to start working with your EndNote library:
Use the Find Full Text command in EndNote to retrieve the full-text articles (PDF) of references already in your EndNote library. By default, this feature will find publicly available or Open Access articles.
Zotero is a free Firefox extension that allows you to collect, manage, cite and share research sources.
Why use Zotero?
Warning To use Zotero with Mircosoft Word and OpenOffice, you will need to first install the word processor plugin for the application you are using.
Refer to the following resources to learn more about building your reference library with Zotero:
Bookends is a Mac-only citation database that allows you to:
Why use Bookends?
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
Why use Mendeley?
Unlike other citation management tools, Mendeley does not yet offer integration with institutional proxy servers for access to full text subscriptions off campus, but that function is coming soon!
Until this is available, if you are off campus and want to use Mendeley to view and store full text PDFs from subscription resources, try one of these methods:
F1000Workspace is an online-only citation database that allows you to:
Why use F1000Workspace?
F1000Workspace is a web-based program available at no charge to Fred Hutch employees through Arnold Library's F1000Prime subscription. First time users must register a free account at f1000workspace.com.
Refer to the following resources to get started working with F1000Workspace: