What Citation Software or Services Should I Use?

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Emily, via the TLT Diigo Group, posted a great resource from Library Learning Services: Choosing a Citation Manager. This is a great resource, especially for graduate students that might be new to citation software and trying to figure out what to use throughout their graduate student tenure.  I'm guessing most of us that use citation software on a regular basis, and have for years, are still using EndNote.  Judging by the features on the resource page, it might be time to look into some of these other services.  I'm currently giving Mendeley a try, and already tried Zotero.  I really liked Zotero, but when I experimented with it I had trouble saving citations that were behind Penn State's authentication...hopefully that is now remedied! 

Happy Citing.

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