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Selecting reference management software

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Discussion of factors to consider when selecting a reference management program

Discussion of factors to consider when selecting a reference management program

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  • They say it is “an overview” so goodness knows how long an authoritative explanation would be!
  • Using a reference manager and approved output layouts will help you to include all the information needed to ensure that your references are acceptable. In addition, citing as you go along, and storing quotations from original sources as notes in your reference database, will ensure that you keep track of what is entirely your own work and what has been paraphrased from other sources.
  • Using a reference manager and approved output layouts will help you to include all the information needed to ensure that your references are acceptable. In addition, citing as you go along, and storing quotations from original sources as notes in your reference database, will ensure that you keep track of what is entirely your own work and what has been paraphrased from other sources.