The tools provided here are useful for quickly creating a few citations in common styles.
If you need to create a long bibliography, or want software that will help you create in-text citations, we recommend looking at the RefWorks Legacy page.
Remember: It is always your responsibility to double-check that your citation is accurate!
If you're not sure, double-check using one of the citation guides on this site.
When you're using the General Search or browsing library databases, keep an eye out for buttons like these. They will create a citation for you to use! As always, it's your responsibility to check that the citation is correct.
Use these tools if you need to quickly create 1 or 2 citations.
Remember, it is always your responsibility to double-check that your citation is accurate!
Mendeley Institutional Edition, a citation manager and an academic social network, is now available to everyone with an acitve UConn NetID.
Mendeley has also created a collection of online guides that include step-by-step instructions, screen captures and video tutorials. These guides can be found at https://community.mendeley.com/guides and at https://community.mendeley.com/guides/videos
Another helpful guide is the institutional edition.
Zotero is a free online citation manager. Zotero allows you to add content to your library quickly and easily via a browser extension. Like Refworks, Zotero also allows you to save citations directly from a database to your library. You can register for an account at https://www.zotero.org/.
Zotero has good sharing capabilites making, it easy to create group libraries and share your research.
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