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Get Help with Bibliographies

editing a paper

Want help creating bibliographies as you work on those final research papers?

The UVM Libraries offer support for a number of tools that will help you organize references and produce bibliographies.

These software products will do a lot of the work for you, outputting your bibliography in the citation format of your choice (e.g. MLA, Chicago, APA).


A program UVM affiliates can download.

Introduction to EndNote [Bailey/Howe]

Endnote and EndNoteWeb Resource Guide [Dana Medical Library]

For help, contact angie.chapple-sokol@uvm.edu or laura.haines@uvm.edu.


A web-based program for UVM affiliates.

Introduction to RefWorks

For help, contact elizabeth.berman@uvm.edu.


A free plug-in for your Firefox browser, that anyone can use.

Introduction to Zotero

For help, contact daisy.benson@uvm.edu.


To learn more about, and compare, the features of all three products, see Introduction to Managing Information.

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Librarians can help you locate articles, find books, and format citations.

The UVM Libraries have 1.5 million printed books and journals, and thousands of electronic resources — we know it can sometimes be hard to find the right information for your projects.

Working with a librarian can help you to save time and find the best sources for your assignments.

We’ll work with you in-person, by phone, by email, or via instant messaging.

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