To learn how to search different databases either attend some of the HSCL's workshops (click here for the schedule and to reserve your spot) or contact the OT Liaison Librarian Jane Morgan-Daniel to arrange a time for a one-to-one or group appointment.
These OWL resources will help you use the research you have conducted in your documents. This area includes material on quoting and paraphrasing your research sources, as well as material on how to avoid plagiarism.
Visit our guide on resources available at the University of Florida and beyond on research data management. It includes information about tools for data management planning, data and file sharing, metadata and data standards, and data storage.
Reference management tools allow you to collect, organize, and format your references. Some available tools include:
SciWheel: This web-based resource is available with free registration through the UF libraries - register while connected to the VPN using your UF email address. SciWheel getting started guide.
EndNote Web: Also known as EndNote Basic or EndNote Online, this web-based resource is available with free registration through the UF libraries - register while connected to the VPN using your UF email address. Endnote Quick Reference Guide.
EndNote: The gold-standard of bibliographic management, this desktop tool is available for purchase. Import citations directly from many databases and synchronize with your EndNote Online account. Endnote Quick Reference Guide.
Zotero: This Firefox extension is available for free download. Work from within your web-browser to import citations from the web, tag and search them. Zotero Quick Start Guide.
Mendeley: This is a free resource, available as a desktop download, web application, and mobile application. Focuses on reading, annotating, and sharing PDFs. Mendeley Help Guides.