The library provides access to Endnote Web free-of-charge for all UNBC students, faculty, and staff. Endnote Web is a personal citation management tool that can save you time and keep your writing organized.
Other Citation Management Software
Endnote Web is only one of many software choices for managing your citations. For help with citation management software please visit us at the Research Help Desk or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mendeley is a web-based, free-to-everyone (up to 2 GB of online storage) citaiton management tool supported by Mac, Windows, and Linux. It is also available as a mobile app. For more information, visit the Mendeley website.
Zotero is a free citation management application (supported by Mac, Windows, and Linux). For more information, visit the Zotero website.
Refworks is no longer provided by the library. Accounts are available at $100 per year. For more information, visit the Refworks website.
Many other citation management tools are available, many for free. The University of Wisconsin-Madison has produced a very nice comparison chart of the popular citation management systems listed above (Endnote, Mendeley, and Zotero). For a very thorough comparison of many free and paid systems, check out Wikipedia.