Bibliographic Information Management Tools
Bibliographic information management tools are efficient and convenient means for managing personal database of bibliographic records (citations) and documents.
With these tools, you can create citations and bibliographic lists in a variety of styles and easily integrate references and footnotes. Some of the tools also allow information sharing.
There is a number of bibliographic information management softwares.
Here are some examples:
F1000Workspace – Internet software. Accessible to Tel Aviv University community.
Refworks – Internet software. Accessible to Tel Aviv University community.
EndNote – Desktop software (can be purchased) that allows to synchronize citations from the desktop to the Internet.
EndNote Web – Internet software which is an online version and only part of EndNote. It is accessible to Tel Aviv University community through the Web of Science.
Mendeley - Internet and desktop software that allows synchronization between desktop citations and the Internet.
Zotero – Free Internet software.