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Nursing: MSN/DNP

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Overview

Purpose: Save, Store, Organize, Share, Use

Citation Managers allow you to:

  • •Save, Store, Organize, Share, and Use found references/citation from research databases or around the web
  • •Saves you time from hand typing references in papers or discussion boards
  • •Allows you to quickly switch between citation styles as needed ( APA to Vancouver)
  • •Allows you to LEGALLY share citations and PDFs
  • •Keeps citations organized across papers, classes, groups, topics
  • •Allows you seamlessly use (insert) citations in to papers, presentations, spreadsheets
  • •Easily imports citations from research databases or across the web

Choose a Citation Manager

Citation Manager Overview Pros and Cons. Which will you choose?
 

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Online

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Desktop

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Online

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Desktop

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Pros
  • free, After Graduation
  • Find Full-Text Feature
  • free, After Graduation
  • works with Scopus well
  • free, After Graduation
Cons
  • no auto import PDFs unless connected to desktop
  • does not use "Find it at MUSC" link
  • constant updating
  • challenge to download/ connect Find Full-Text
  • manually add PDFs
  • does not use "Find it at MUSC" link
  • does not use "Find it at MUSC" link
  • links in Word** via Microsoft Store

Cons Reflect current Issues and on-going general issues. Note: you may want to have a main manager and a back-up.

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