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Citing Sources Using a Citation Manager
Keep track of all of your reference lists and bibliographies. Pitt's library resources work with citation management tools and allow you to import citations from sources like PittCat and article databases.
Mendeley manages your reference lists and serves as an academic social network. Organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
EndNote allows you to search online bibliographic databases, organize references and create and format instant bibliographies. It's integrated with Microsoft Word as well.
Zotero is an application that collects, manages, and cites research sources. It's easy to use, connects with your web browser to download sources, and best of all it's free.
Need help with formatting citations? Use this brief guide to five major styles.
Listed below are links to three major citation styles that will aid you in citing sources.
APA 6th Edition
Need help with citing APA style? Find examples here along with links to books in PittCat and free online resources.
MLA 8th Edition
Need help with citing MLA style? Find information here along with links to books in PittCat and free online resources.
Need help with citing Chicago/Turabian style? Find examples here along with links to the online style manual and free online resources.
Putting it all together
Organizing your research and putting your ideas down on paper can be difficult. You can get writing help at the Writing Center.
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