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HST 301: Graduate Historiography (Fall 2017)

Guides to Chicago Style

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Citation Management Tools

There are many tools available to help you keep track of information when you do research and help you to properly format citations in a variety of styles (APA, MLA, etc.).

You can learn how to use these tools at our Citation Manager Workshops.



Keep track of research materials, organize note-taking, and format citations and bibliographies using this easy-to-master, free, open-source solution. Zotero is installed on computers in the Reference area.
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Quick Start Guide
Using Zotero at UVM

Oldest of the citation managers. This tool integrates well with Microsoft Word to produce citations while you write. Export citations from databases or use EndNote to search library databases. All UVM affiliates may download and use the software. EndNote is on most of the computers in the Reference Area.
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Introduction to EndNote

A free reference manager that helps to organize your research, collaborate with colleagues, create in-text citations & bibliographies, and discover new research
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Introduction to Mendeley