A citation manager is a tool which helps you to store, organize and output your citations in the format you prefer.
To cite your references you will need to keep track of the following information for all your resources. We recommend using a Citation Management tool such as RefWorks or EndNote Web.
Article or Book Title
Journal Name for Article; Publisher Location for Book
Volume & Issue for Article; Publisher for Book
There are many citation styles; the citations below follow APA 6th edition. Confirm what citation style is required by your professor or publisher.
Baseggio, M., Newman, Y., Sollenberger, L. E., Fraisse, C., & Obreza, T. (2015). Planting rate and depth effects on Tifton 85 bermudagrass establishment using rhizomes. Crop Science, 55(3), 1338-1345. doi:10.2135/cropsci2014.09.0605
Smith, C. W. & Dilday, R. H. (Eds.). (2003) Rice: Origin, history, technology and production. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons.
All Citation Management Software allow you to collect, organize, and format citations but there are important differences among the different types.
Are you looking for additional help in using EndNote Web? Look no further because now there is a libguide dedicated to answer all your EndNote questions. This guide has everything you will need to know in order to efficiently use EndNote.
Get started by logging in with your Gator ID at myendnoteweb.com
Create your own personal database by importing references from online databases:
If you have questions, try the RefWorks Libguide. Here you will find detailed instructions on using the different features availalbe within RefWorks.