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WRI 502: Writing a Persuasive Proposal in Quantitative Disiplines: Bibliographies and Reference Managers

This guide will help graduate students in Engineering, Science and related fields to identify tools and resources for researching literature and funding information in your field.

Chicago Manual of Style Online

The Chicago Manual of Style is available online. This reference book is normallly tethered to the reference section of the library but it can be now consulted online at any time.

Keeping track of everything

Bibliographic managers can help with this task. The most common products (supported by Princeton) are ZoteroEndNote and RefWorks.
The library offers workshops for those interested to learn how to use Zotero, RefWorks or EndNote. Check the schedule to register for a session.

Zotero is a free open source bibliographic manager which runs into a Firefox browser. Instructions on downloading and using the software is available from the Zotero website.

Commonly used article/pdf managers: