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This guide introduces APA, Chicago, MLA and Vancouver citation styles. For assistance, please send your questions via Live Chat or contact Learning Support.
RefWorks is a web-based bibliography and database manager that allows users to import citations from databases, produce bibliographies in a variety of citation styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc), format in-text references or footnotes, and create personal databases of citations.
EndNote is a research tool and citation manager. Use it to:
- Import and store references that you find in LibrarySearch and PDFs downloaded from journal websites or online database
- Create bibliographies and reference lists in over 5,000 styles
- Share references with research partners and colleagues in EndNote Web
Use citation style according to the requirement of your academic discipline: APA, Chicago, MLA, Vancouver and others.
RefWorks: A web-based bibliographic management tool, to create bibliographies and citations.
EndNote: A research tool and citation manager.
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