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A citation is a reference to a published source, a way of acknowledging you found this information published somewhere, by someone.
Citation managers help you to quickly create, store, and access your citations. Some allow you to store your research documents and auto-generate bibliographies. Below are examples of online citation managers commonly used by students.
A free, limited online version of EndNote, EndNote Basic is a web-based reference organizer and collaboration tool that enables users to collect & organize references from electronic and traditional sources, and create a formatted bibliography for your project/paper. Before you start using EndNote Basic, you must agree to the license, and then, from a campus computer, create a login with your UMSL e-mail address and a secure password.
After the initial login and account creation, you will be able to access Endnote Basicfrom any computer. Accounts expire after one year, and you will need to log in from campus again to renew your access. Using the VPN is recommended, but not required when off campus. If you need an OpenURL address, try http://fn2vr5vt8l.search.serialssolutions.com For details on the features of EndNote Basic, see this page: https://endnote.com/product-details/basic.