Question: Can I save citations I've found searching databases?


Yes, you can save citations you've found when searching for articles in different databases. The most efficient way is by exporting the article to a citation management tool, such as RefWorks, EndNote, or Zotero. Generally, you do this by marking the articles you'd like to save and clicking on the database's send/save/export link. The exact step-by-step process will depend on the database, however. If you have questions about what a citation management tool is and/or how to use it please see our Citation Style Guide and if you have further questions, please Ask a Librarian.

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Last Updated: Jul 07, 2016Views:

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