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Workshops and recordings
Our 2021-2022 citation management webinar series has ended. Recordings of the webinars are linked below.
Introduction to Citation Management Tools
Getting Started with Mendeley
Getting Started with EndNote
Getting Started with RefWorks
Getting Started with Zotero
Getting Started with BibTeX
10 Advanced EndNote Features
Frequently Used Style Guides
APA (American Psychological Association)
MLA (Modern Language Association)
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
- Harvard Format Citation Guide from Mendeley
- Note: there is no "official" version of the Harvard citation style. Harvard University does not use this style, nor does it offer guidance on its use. Institutions that use "Harvard" style often have institution-specific requirements. Students at NCH London are directed to use the instructions on the Mendeley webpage linked above. For more guidance, please refer back to your assignment or your instructor.
AMA (American Medical Association)
ASA (American Sociological Association)
Citation Management Software
Learn how a citation management tool can make your research life easier.
What is a citation manager?
A citation manager is a piece of software that helps you collect and organize your research and create bibliographies and in-text citations. Citation managers generally offer a range of citation styles and features to choose from.
Which citation managers does the library support?
The Northeastern library supports EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks and Zotero. We also support the use of BibTeX and LaTeX.
Which citation manager should I use?
While citation managers generally have the same basic functions, each one offers some specific features.
Our citation manager comparison chart (below) can help you identify the features that will work best for you. See also our tutorial on choosing a citation manager.
For help with citations and citation management software, please Ask a Librarian or make an appointment with a member of the Citation Management Team.
What we can help you with:
- Locating citation style guides
- Determining how a tricky source type should be cited
- Getting started with a citation manager supported by the library
- Switching from one citation manager to another
- Troubleshooting common citation manager issues
What we can't help you with:
- Checking your reference list or bibliography for correctness
- Checking your in-text citations for correctness
- Installing, using or troubleshooting a citation manager not supported by the library
- TurnItIn or other plagiarism-detecting software
- Determining whether you or another user have committed plagiarism
When in doubt, reach out for help!