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In addition, content also came from Kyle Denlinger of Wake Forest University. The original guide can be found here.
Zotero is a comprehensive citation management tool that allows researchers to collect, manage, and accurately cite their sources.
Zotero is easy to use, can exist as a web-based or desktop-based application, seamlessly connects to your research process through an intuitive browser extension, and best of all it's free.
With Zotero, you can to attach PDFs, write notes, and add images to your citations. You can also organize them into collections for different projects, connect the program to Microsoft Word and Google Docs, as well as create bibliographies.
The app automatically updates itself periodically to work with new online sources and new bibliographic styles.