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HUSV 4700: Capstone

Senior seminar class in Human Services

Citation Management Workshops

Registration is now available for the Spring citation management workshops

The workshops cover skills in utilizing these tools: Endnote, RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley. There is also a general Introduction to Citation Management workshop to help you choose the best tool for you. These tools make it easier to create your bibliography and keep track of your references. 

Looking for Annotated Bibliography Examples?

Use Scholar OneSearch Library Catalogs option on OneSearch to find a sample annotated bibliography.


There are over 1,000 print and online examples! TIP: sort the results from RELEVANCE to DATE-NEWEST, you can see recent citation styles.

Another resource for annotated bibliographies is through Oxford Bibliographies.


Note: If you search and can't find your topic, browse through the article  list. For example, in the UK, they have "adolescent pregnancy" instead of "teen pregnancy."

Keep Track of your Citations

 You have citation management options.

 Some databases let you keep track within the database. The Ebsco databases, for example, will let you create a myEbscoHost account that will let you keep your articles in folder or subfolders, save your search histories, and set up article alerts.