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Health Education: Citation Help

Resources for students, staff, and faculty in the Health Education & Behavior Department of the College of Health and Human Performance.

Citation Management Library Guides

Anatomy of a citation

To cite your references you will need to keep track of the following information for all your resources. We recommend using a citation Management software.

Padilla, PB, & Nogales M (2009). Behavior of Kestrels Feeding on Frugivorious Lizards: Implications for Food Dispersal. Behavioral Ecology, 20(4), 872-877

  • Author(s)
  • Year
  • Article Title
  • Journal Title
  • Volume & Issue
  • Pages

Available Software

These are some of the most popular programs for managing citations and creating bibliographies:

Commercial Software

Reference Manager



Free at UF

EndNote Web


Free Anywhere



EndNote Tutorials

EndNote is a bibliographic management software that collects, organizes, and creates citations for all of your references.  The online version of EndNote, EndNote Web, is free to all UF faculty, staff, and students. 

Here is a series of video tutorials that demonstrate how to create an EndNote Web account and how to collect, manage, share, and cite references.  Use the icon in the upper left hand corner of the window to navigate between videos in the series.


Refworks is a bibliographic managment software that is free for all UF faculty, staff and students.  

Below is a series of video tutorials that introduce the basics of RefWorks.

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