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Choosing Your Citation Management Tool

Choosing between EndNote and freely available citation software like Mendeley and Zotero? The resources below will help you weigh your options and choose the best one for your research style.

EndNote

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Before you start your research, make sure to download EndNote or sign up online! EndNote is a citation manager program that helps you collect, organize, and manage references to articles, books, dissertations, Web pages, and more.  It can assist you in citing resources in your papers and creating bibliographies for those papers in a citation style of your choice. See EndNote Tips for more information.

Best Bets to Start Your Research

Start your research with these databases or explore the guide for more in-depth information. Contact your librarian (right) with any questions or for a personalized introduction to the library!

Government Web Search Engine

Google is great, but it includes EVERYTHING. Try the search engines below to search only for government information.

The Library is Everywhere!

Use your MySLU Login and password to access Library resources (journal articles, data, eBooks) from work, home or anywhere! Full off-campus access instructions.