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Cinema Studies: Citing Sources

Resources for the Cinema and Film Studies Programs at Rutgers: Motion Picture History, Film and Media Theory, Film Industry Economics and Politics, Television, Media Center DVD collections, and more. . .

RefWorks 3 (Flow)

RefWorks 3 (Flow) is a bibliographic database manager that enables you to:

  • RefWorks 3 is the latest version of RefWorks, a research management tool that makes it easy to save references to books, articles, and web pages and organize them into your own personal research library. With RefWorks 3 you can:

    • Save references and full text documents from major online databases and websites
    • Access your references and documents from any computer or mobile device
    • Organize, highlight, and annotate your documents
    • Collaborate and share document collections with other RefWorks users
    • Add citations and footnotes to your research paper from references in your RefWorks library
    • Automatically create a bibliography or works cited in any citation style
To login to your RefWorks account, click here.


Zotero is a free citation management software.  It automatically senses content and allows you to add it to your personal library with a single click. If you want to add a book citation from Amazon, a journal article from JSTOR or a news story from the New York Times, Zotero allows you to add the citations with a click.  You can use Zotero to create a bibliography (cited reference page) or add footnotes. 

Install Zotero Standalone and Zotero Connector at  A bookmarklet ( that works in any browsers including those on smartphones and tablets is also available for download.

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