Foodways: Food Culture, Cookery, Culinary Tourism

Citation Management Tools

Reference managers help you manage your research, collect and cite sources, & create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles.  Compare.

Widely used citation managers include:

RefWorks
: Free for UC Berkeley users. Web-based manager with direct export integrated into many databases. Organize and share references, and format citations and bibliographies.
Sign up for a RefWorks account.
Getting Started with RefWorks


EndNote
: may be purchased from UC Berkeley's Software Central. Good PDF management and annotation tools. Automatically searches for full-text PDFs (if available) for citations. Formats citations and bibliographies. Requires purchase of annual or semi-annual upgrades to remain current.

Zotero
: Free plug-in for Firefox and standalone versions for Chrome and Internet Explorer. Automatically extracts metadata from many PDFs and web pages. Permits tagging, notation, and full text searching of your library of resources. Integrates with Word for citation and bibliography formatting, and has a free (but limited) web backup service.Getting Started with Zotero Note: When using software to automatically format your citations, double-check the formatting for correctness.

Mendeley
: Free (up to 2GB). Web-based component that syncs with a desktop client. Integrates with Word for citation and bibliography formatting. Includes some social elements that allows for sharing and recommendations.

Presentations - Posters & Data

Use this brief list to get started, go to Poster Presentations for more design and layout information.

1. PURPOSE of a poster = rapid, concise & visual communication of research.

2. PREPARE CONTENT = follow a template.

3. DESIGN your poster = choose a layout.

4. CONSTRUCT your poster = print it

5. PRESENT your poster =  be clear, friendly, confident of your results.

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