Citing Sources

Bibliographic management software like RefWorks and EndNote will help you organize your sources and can create bibliographies in thousands of different citation styles. Both work well with Microsoft Word and other word processing programs. They are best for managing longer projects such as term papers, theses, and dissertations. If you just need a quick citation, try one of the citation machines below.

Need help in person? Try our Research Rescue Citation Management workshops (under Advanced Topics).


Other Citation Machines

About Citation Linker

The Citation Linker can take a citation you already have and find the corresponding journal article. This works well when trying to find items listed in a bibliography or class reading list. It uses the same interface as our “Find it @USF” service to quickly search our library’s online resources and find what you need.

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