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Organizing Research & Citations

How to keep your research and citations organized with citation management and database tools.


The Library also provides free access to EndNote, a research management tool designed to work seamlessly with the Web of Knowledge database. You may navigate back and forth between Web of Knowledge and EndNote while collecting your research. EndNote allows you to store your references and PDFs, find full text, and create APA formatted bibliographies.

To access EndNote, you must first enter the Web of Knowledge database. To access Web of Knowledge from the Library’s home page, hover over Research Resources and click A-Z Databases

Once on the Web of Knowledge homepage, click the EndNote tab in the upper right. You will need to set up an individual EndNote account the first time you use this database. Once you have clicked on the EndNote tab within Web of Knowledge, click Sign up as shown below.

Screenshot of the EndNote login screen.

For additional assistance with EndNote, view the Endnote FAQs in the box on this page and tutorial videosNote that the Library does not provide support for EndNote beyond these resources.

More Citation Management Tools

Additional research organization tools which may require an account setup or purchase are described below. Keep in mind that these resources may not integrate with the Library databases. Additionally, the Library cannot provide technical support for these citation management tools.

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