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Tools for Graduate Students and Faculty
These tools have a variety of features useful for the kind of in-depth and sustained research done by faculty and graduate students. For productivity tools that aid in such research see the Productivity Tools guide. For an overview of tools that help manage the research process from idea to publication see the blog post on Research Management Tools from the Academic PKM blog. For a directory of academic research tools, see Bamboo DiRT. See also the list of Graduate Library User Education (GLUE) classes taught each semester.
a web-based EndNote tool - available via ISI Web of Science - that allows you to collect and organize your references and create bibliographies within your word processing program.
Mendeley is citation management software that is popular and many researchers use it. The software is free to users with a limit of 2 GB of space, going over the 2 GB will require purchasing a subscription to the service. This program is available to sign up for and download at https://bit.ly/2CEO15T To assist new users with getting comfortable with the functionality of the program there are available online tutorials offered by Mendeley at https://bit.ly/2xV96Fu and the Georgia Tech Library also offers hands on trainings for interested persons. Dates and times for Mendeley training and other events are located on the Georgia Tech Library Classes and Event Page at http://library.gatech.edu/events
Zotero - The Next-Generation Research Tool
“Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work — in the web browser itself.”
Guides on Research and Citation Tools