Citation managers help you organize and keep track of your references and generate bibliographies. Some also have plugins for in-paper citations, the ability to attach full text pdfs to citations, and tools to share your bibliographies with collaborators. Which one should you use?
|Cost||UMMS Support||Accessibility||Get it|
Available to UMMS through a site license managed by the Library.
Contact Penny Glassman
|Desktop only, syncs with Endnote||endnote.com/|
|Mendeley||Free||No.||Web-based or desktop.||mendeley.com/|
Available to UMMS through a site license managed by the library.
Contact Nancy Harger.
$79, or $49 for students.
|Web-based, good on mobile devices.||papersapp.com/|
For a more complete comparison chart, see Penn State's guide to choosing a citation manager.
Plagiarism is a form of academic dishonesty that occurs when someone uses the words, expressions, ideas, opinions or findings of another without giving credit to the original source.
All of the following are considered plagiarism:
Source: What Is Plagiarism? (n.d.) Retrieved June 15, 2015, from <http://plagiarism.org/citing-sources/whats-a-citation>
GSBS is using Turnitin (the anti-plagiarism tool) to help assess the orginality of any piece of work you write.
Sign in to Turnitin, or create your Student account. Once you have entered Turnitin:
The similarity report will identify areas where your work is similar text to other works in the Turnitin databases. Similarity reports do not take citation or quotation into account, so each similarity report should be reviewed and interpreted by an instructor.
If you need any help in interpreting your report or using Turnitin, please contact Rebecca (email@example.com) in the Library.
The VERSIONS Toolkit is a practical guide for academic researchers as authors, to help you when taking decisions about disseminating your research on the web. The toolkit aims to: