Citation Management Tools
There are three software programs we recommend to help you manage
your research and produce bibliographies: EndNote, RefWorks, and
Zotero. Trying to decide which one to use? Go to the Tool Comparisons page in the Using RefWorks, Endnote and Other Citation Tools guide.
RefWorks is a service that manages your search results and formats your citations in a bibliography in over 800 different styles.
Harvard Librarians have created a guide for using RefWorks at Harvard to help you get started.
EndNote is citation management software that allows users to search hundreds of online library catalogues (including HOLLIS) and e-resources for the purpose of creating personal reference libraries and generating bibliographies.
Harvard Librarians have created a guide for using EndNote at Harvard to help you get started.
Zotero is a free extension of the Firefox web browser which helps you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. Zotero is also compatible with Netscape Navigator 9.0 and Flock.
Harvard Librarians have created a guide for using Zotero at Harvard to help you get started.