There are a wide range of reference management tools available. We support RefWorks (SGUL staff and students only), but there are number of popular and/or freely available tools.

Resource and Description

Links and access

RefWorks 2.0
Web-based application for storing, managing bibliographic reference and citing in Microsoft Word.

Only available to SGUL staff and students: www.refworks.com/refworks
To log in select “My Institution's Credentials (Shibboleth)” option and then choose "St George's University of London" from the drop-down menu.

Cite this for me
An online tool that enables you to collect bibliographic details and use them to automatically generate formatted citations and references, in a wide choice of styles.

Freely available at: https://www.citethisforme.com
Free, but to save bibliographies/access premium features you will need to pay for an account.

EndNote Basic
(Formerly EndNote Web) Works with the EndNote desktop application, but can also be used as a basic standalone tool for collecting, organising and formatting references.

Freely available at:http://endnote.com/basic
SGUL Staff and Students can access an enhanced version by registering through Web of Science. Click on My EndNote Web in the top right, and then click on Register.

Mendeley
A freely available reference manager. Mendeley allows you to save and organise your research, cite and create bibliographies in Microsoft Word, and to collaborate with others.

Freely available at: www.mendeley.com
Registration and download required.

Zotero for Firefox
Free tool to collect, organise, cite, and share your research sources. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Integration with Microsoft Word or OpenOffice, for in-text citations and bibliographies, is provided via plug-ins.

Freely available. Requires download and installation of a Firefox extension. Further information and install instructions: https://www.zotero.org/support/installation

Zotero Standalone
Zotero Standalone is a separate, browser-independent application, but it is almost identical to the Zotero for Firefox extension. Available for Windows only.

Freely available. Requires download and installation. Further information and install instructions: https://www.zotero.org/support/installation


Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 February 2017 09:11

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