Jennifer Anderson в€™ Regina Vertone The Sage Colleges Libraries firstname.lastname@example.org в€™ email@example.com Citation managers: вЂў Collect bibliographic information during research process вЂў Organize sources in folders, allow tagging and searching вЂў Format & Cite sources during writing process Citation managers turn articles, books & other sources Into formatted citations: Advantages of using CMs: вЂў Save time, more focus on research вЂў Cite sources and avoid plagiarism вЂў Synthesize research вЂў Discover new sources вЂў Collaborate with private or public groups вЂў Build a repository of sources in subject area Saving bibliographic info Citation managers capture bibliographic info: п‚— Through web browser п‚— Direct export from databases п‚— Entered manually Saving Bibliographic Info: Organizing sources Citation managers allow users to: п‚— Create folders п‚— Save notes relating to each source п‚— Tag sources п‚— Search full-text for keywords across sources Citations stored in Mendeley: Access to Mendeley п‚— Go to http://www.mendeley.com/ п‚— Sign up an account under your name п‚— Download the desktop program п‚— FREE software Citing sources Integration with MS Word allows users to: п‚— Import in-text citations п‚— Format citations in a number of styles п‚— Automatically generate and format bibliography Importing citations in MS Word: Other features: Some citation managers enable: п‚— PDF storage and annotation п‚— Discovery of related research sources п‚— Confirmation of citation information п‚— Group collaboration п‚— Social networking Consider when choosing a CM: п‚— Your specific research needs: п‚— Are you working with a large number of PDFs? п‚— Will you need to collect a wide array of sources (articles, books, web sites)? п‚— Do you need to share research with a group? п‚— Price (free vs. fee-based): п‚— If the tool is free, consider privacy issues, data backup, customer support References п‚— Childress, D. (2011). Citation tools in academic libraries: Best practices for reference and instruction, Reference and User Service Quarterly, 51 (2): 143-152. п‚— Hensley, M. K. (2011). Citation management software: Features and futures Reference & User Services Quarterly, 50(3): 204-208. п‚— Mead, T.L., & Berryman, D.R. (2010) Reference and PDF-manager software: Complexities, support and workflow, Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 29(4): 388-393. References п‚— MacMillan, D. "Mendeley: Teaching Scholarly Communication and Collaboration through Social Networking." Proceedings of the IATUL Conferences. Paper 37. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2012/papers/37 п‚— Rapp, D. (2011). Product watch: Reference management tools. Library Journal, 38-39. Retrieved from http://lj.libraryjournal.com п‚— Zimerman, M. (2010). Citations and RefWorks. Reference Librarian, 51(1), 79- 87.