Managing citations and references


My 11 year old daughter was doing a project recently for which she had to do a bibliography. I was interested to see that she used to compile it: this was on the recommendation of one of her classmates. It took some of the pain out of it, and seemed to make it more interesting: something was actually being made by the program from the data she supplied.
I notice that easybib is one of the tools listed in response to a query on Lifehacker about generating bibliographies. Given the number of tools listed here – including endnote and refworks – this is an area of some demand.
Lifehacker post via Steve Lawson’s links.

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