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Bibliographic managers are tools you can use to do the following:
If you're looking for help with citing and citations styles, you might find the Citing Your Sources guide helpful.
There are a number of options available to the BU community for free or via our subscriptions to databases. Here are some key points to consider when choosing what will work best for you:
If you want more information, the University of Toronto has created an extensive comparison table with even more options.
*The BU Libraries do not provide licenses for the full version of EndNote. If you are interested in purchasing it, please see this page from BU Information Services and Technology.
While bibliographic managers make citing, storing, and organizing references easy, they are not foolproof. Keep the following things in mind when using them: