LibrarySearch offers a streamlined interface for finding books and other media that combines the collections of UO Libraries and Summit libraries.
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Free tool for bibliographies/reference lists and collecting your papers in one place. It has two components:
Install Mendeley Desktop on your personal computer(s), and use it to:
Log in to Mendeley web, from any computer, to:
Or Check out the Mendeley How-To Guide:
Zotero is a free, open-source citation management tool available as a desktop application that works with browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Zotero offers 300 MB of free web storage space (additional space can be purchased).
Getting started with Zotero:
If you previously used the browser-integrated version of Zotero in Firefox, this is no longer supported. See this page for more information.
You can find documentation and trouble-shooting tips for Zotero at www.zotero.org/support/ (in process of being updated for Zotero 5.0).
EndNote Online (also known as EndNote Basic) accounts are available free to UO faculty, students, and staff. Sign up for an account at this page (You must be on a UO computer or using the UO's VPN to create an account. Once the account is created, you do not have to use the VPN or a UO computer)
The EndNote software is available for purchase. It is similar to the online version but with many more bells and whistles. UO faculty, students, and staff should purchase EndNote through The Duck Store to receive a discounted rate ($100). Call The Duck Store (541-346-4331) for availability.
These programs organize and group references in any way that works for you and then allow you to work with your citations in word processing software.