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Citation and Research Management Tools
A library guide to citation and bibliographic management tools that help you collect, store, and organize your research.
If you use Google Scholar, you can get citations for articles in the search result list. Copy and paste a formatted citation (APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, or Vancouver) or use one of the links to import into your bibliography management tool.
Click on the Cite link next to your item.
Select your citation style.
Paste the citation into your working document.
Double check and adjust formatting as needed to match your selected citation style.
Search results often include "Cited by ##" links below the citation, which leads you to other articles available to Google's robots. Full text may not be available via Google, but the library probably has it in a subscription database or print copy for you.