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Academic Integrity/Citation Formats: Citation Management Tools

This LibGuide provides basic information about Academic Integrity. It includes: tips on avoiding plagiarism and guidelines for citing sources.

Getting Organized: RefWorks and Endnote

At Georgia Southern, you have two software programs provided for your use: RefWorks and Endnote. These citation management tools will help you to retrieve, organize and work with sources you use in your research 

Comparison between Credo and ProQuest's Research Companion


What is RefWorks?
RefWorks is a web-based application provided by the Henderson Library that will allow you to:

  • Gather references automatically from book and article databases and web pages while you research
  • Format your papers and citations instantly in a wide variety of styles (MLA, APA, Turabian, etc.)
  • Create and organize a personal online database of your research sources
  • Access your information online from any computer, anywhere, anytime, even from your smart phone
  • Share your databases with anyone, even if they don’t have a Refworks account
  • Transfer references between Refworks and other citation style managers such as Endnote and Zotero

Using RefWorks

RefWorks Workshops

Library workshops are available on a variety of topics, including RefWorks. On the Henderson Library Home Page, click on Workshops for a list of all library workshops and the link to sign up for one or more of them. 


try this alternative to RefWorks and EndNote--a free mobile app and companion web (cloud) version