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Research Resources for CHEM 226: Cite Your Sources

EndNote in 5 minutes: Windows

EndNote in 6 Minutes: Mac

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Citing Your Sources

As you are researching your topic and completing your research project you may want to consider tools for managing citations and creating bibliographies. You can choose from many citation formats, including popular styles such as MLA, APA and Chicago, and others that meet the publication requirements for a specific journal. Citation manager features include:

  • Keep references important to your research;
  • Link references to full text such as PDF files;
  • Add notes;
  • Organize and search your references.

In addition to EndNote, the library supports Mendeley, RefWorks and Zotero. More information.

Access to EndNote

EndNote Online

EndNote desktop (Free from Yale Software Library)

Additional Resources

Subject Librarian

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