Citation management programs allow you to store references and attachments (up to a storage limit), create references in specific citation formats like APA, generate bibliographies, integrate with Word, and share folders with colleagues. Popular programs include RefWorks, Mendeley, Zotero, and EndNote.
ProQuest RefWorks - The Penn Libraries has a site license to RefWorks. Accounts provide 10GB of online storage and unlimited sharing. You must use a UPenn email and currently you can only create one account. See ProQuest User Guides.
Mendeley, owned by Elsevier, offers a desktop version for Mac and Windows, web version, mobile app (Android and IOS), and web importer for most browsers. Free access provides
Upgrade to these Mendeley storage plans. Integration with Word for citation and bibliography creation is available. See Mendeley Help Guides, Mendeley Videos & Tutorials, and Mendeley Learn & Support.
Zotero is a standalone desktop program with a web version and browser connectors for Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. The free web account provides 300 MGs of storage space. Upgrade to these Zotero storage plans.
Desktop - EndNote X9 for students (Win/Mac) can be purchased at a student discounted price of c. $115.95 from the EndNote Online Store.
Online - Sign-up at the EndNote site while on campus or proxied into the Library. Once signed up, you can log in from anywhere, but the initial sign-up must be done through the Library. You may use any of your email addresses during sign up.
Note the capacity options below. If you purchase the desktop version AND access the web version through the Web of Science, you will have unlimited online attachment storage.
Penn+Box - file-sharing/storage option available to current students, faculty, and staff. Notable features:
The official Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Registration Agency of the International DOI Foundation. Started in 2000 as a cooperative effort among publishers to enable persistent cross-publisher citation linking in online academic journals, CrossRef now links items from a variety of content types, including journals, books, conference proceedings, working papers, and technical reports.