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Bibliographic Management at PU: an overview: Home

Which citation management program is best for you?

Zotero, Endnote, Mendeley, Papers and Refworks

Bibliographic Management Software

Bibliographic management tools interface directly with library databases (and many websites) and allow scholars to collect and organize their citations and pdfs. These tools also interface with word processing software to allow users to seamlessly insert properly formatted footnotes or citations into a paper and automatically generate a properly formatted bibliography.

Most Princeton scholars use one or more of these tools, which are supported by the library: