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Citation Styles

A guide to some of the citation styles

What are citation managers?

Citation management software allows you to save and organize publication information for your sources, and automatically create in-text citations and bibliographies in word processing applications like Microsoft Word.

Murray State provides access to EndNote thru Web of Science. 

You can also use Zotero, an open source citation manager.

Endnote Basic

EndNote Basic is a reference management solution with an online component only. 

Murray State provides access to EndNote Basic through the Web of Science database.

For information on accessing EndNote see this page. 


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Zotero (pronounced 'zoh-TAIR-oh') is a free citation manager that can help you keep track of, organize and cite your research.  

Zotero has a desktop version as well as plugins for your browser.

Note: Zotero performs best in Firefox


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 Mendeley is a free reference manager with both a desktop and online version. 

 Mendeley provides 2GB of space upon registration with the option to upgrade to a pro version.