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A guide to the Physics subject resources available from the University of Florida Libraries.


RefWorks is a web-based program that allows you to manage your bibliographic citations and easily create works cited pages. Many online databases and journals allow you to import a citation into RefWorks with just the click of a button.

Refworks is FREE for you to use as a student, and you can maintain access to your account after you graduate. Visit the RefWorks Guide for information on creating an account.

The Write-n-Cite plugin for Microsoft Word allows you to insert citations as you write your paper, and automatically formats in-text and bibliography references.

The UF Libraries periodically offer workshops on using RefWorks - check our Workshop Schedule to see if any are upcoming. You can also find a summary of our tutorials on our RefWorks Guide.

If you are interested in using RefWorks with BibTex and LaTeX, check out MIT Libraries' "Using RefWorks with LaTeX and BibTeX" FAQ.

EndNote Web and EndNote

The library provides instruction and support for EndNote Web. We are working on increasing support for the client version of EndNote as well.

More information about EndNote Web is available on the EndNote Web Guide.

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