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Last Updated: Jun 19, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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EndNote and RefWorks: Important Information from the Libraries

By pooling central and collegiate resources, and with the support of CCOM, CLAS, and ITS, the University has acquired a campus-wide license for EndNote, a popular and powerful citation management program. With this move, we will begin focusing our support on EndNote. The Libraries will end its subscription to RefWorks on December 31, 2014. Any free accounts you have created will not be available after that date, but you can transfer your references to another service quickly and easily.

Here are some of the available options, depending on your needs:

The Libraries is committed to helping our RefWorks users make this transition. If you need help, please contact your local IT support, subject specialist librarian, or Ask a Librarian.


Ask a Librarian

Librarians are available to help you with your questions. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have regarding citation styles, citation management, etc.

Use the chat box below, contact your subject specialist librarian or Ask a Librarian for more options.


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