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The Librarian's Guide to Academic Research in the Cloud by Steven Ovadia

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Capturing and managing scholarly information

Abstract:

Bibliographic management tools allow users to save and organize citations (and sometimes the full-text of articles), while also providing the option to export citations in different citation formats. Cloud-based tools are no different, but provide the added advantage of persistent access to this information across computers and devices. This chapter will discuss pure cloud-based tools, such as CiteULike, RefWorks, and the organizational tools within subscription databases. Client-based tools that can be synced against the cloud, such as Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote, and Papers will also be discussed, as will BibTeX, a markup-driven method to manage citations. When choosing a service, users ...

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