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Citation Management Tools



EndNote Web is an online tool that allows the user to collect references from a variety of sources, organize the references, and format a bibliography as the paper is written.  The tool can be used with a number of citation formats.

Citation Guides

The following links are to citation guides that could prove handy as a reference:


The full version of EndNote is only available through ISI Web of Knowledge. The University of the South Library does not have a subscription to EndNote.

EndNote Web offers many of the same features and does not require downloading any software. It will require that you create an online account.

Citation Formats Supported

Some common citation styles:

  • CSE Style Manual C-S or N-Y
  • Harvard
  • ACS
  • IEEE
  • Chicago 15th
  • Turabian
  • MLA
  • JAMA
  • NLM
  • Vancouver
  • APA 6th
  • ASA Style Guide
  • AIP Style Manual 4th Edition

Citation Sources

EndNote Web is capable of creating citations using the following sources:

  • Generic
  • Aggregated Database
  • Ancient Text
  • Artwork
  • Audiovisual Material
  • Bill
  • Blog
  • Book
  • Book Section
  • Case
  • Catalog
  • Chart or Table
  • Classical Work
  • Computer Program
  • Conference Paper
  • Conference Proceeding
  • Dataset
  • Dictionary
  • Edited Book
  • Electronic Article
  • Electronic Book
  • Electronic Book Section
  • Encyclopedia
  • Equation
  • Figure
  • Film or Broadcast
  • Government Document
  • Grant
  • Hearing
  • Journal Article
  • Legal Rule or Regulation
  • Magazine Article
  • Manuscript
  • Map
  • Music
  • Newspaper Article
  • Online Database
  • Online Multimedia
  • Pamphlet
  • Patent
  • Personal Communication
  • Report
  • Serial
  • Standard
  • Statute
  • Thesis
  • Unpublished Work
  • Web Page