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Works Cited from Database Output
How to learn how to use the Cite feature in EBSCOhost. Click here
If you only need a few citations for your assignment, you can use the citation tool found in any EBSCOhost powered database. It is a quick and easy feature that can make creating a work cited page in MLA as simple as a click of a mouse.
RefWorks FAQ (Legacy RefWorks)
Citation manager available free to all Rutgers students and faculty. RefWorks lives online and stores your references until you need them. Great for long papers; use with databases that have no formatted bibliography output. Many Rutgers databases export citations to RefWorks.
The gold standard for citation managers. Can now obtain for free through the Rutgers University Libraries.
EndNote Basic (a sort of online "EndNote Lite") is available free of charge to Rutgers users at http://www.myendnoteweb.com. An EndNote Basic version of Cite While You Write can be installed to work with Microsoft Word.
Zotero LibGuide (from Mei Ling Lo)
Introduction to Zotero, including videos.
Free citation manager with a collaborative component. Will store PDFs and references. Can install Zotero as an automatic front end.
Will output MLA citations for free, if you type in the source. Modest annual subscription fee allows APA and Chicago-style references as well. Smart phone apps exist for this site.
Another free bibliography maker. Like EasyBib, Bibme uses OCLC's WorldCat to fuel its book citations. Supports MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian styles. Can save references for you if you make a free account.