Save Your Life With These 3 Tools: Citation Management

With a new semester comes new assignments, many of which require detailed bibliographies. Citing your sources throughout your paper can get time-consuming, leaving less time to focus on the content of the work itself.

Fret not! McGill students and staff have access to citation management software, saving you the hassle of keeping track of and writing your citations manually! Below are a few of the options available, all for free!



Not a fan of citation management software? From Chicago to Turabian and more, The McGill Library offers Citation Guides to help you properly cite your sources, no matter the citation style you use! You can even look up your field of study to find the relevant styles for the subject of your assignment!

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BrowZine: Your Gateway to Engaging with Scholarly Journals

In the fast-paced world of academia, keeping up with the latest scholarly research and articles is vital for staying informed and at the cutting edge of your field. Fortunately, the McGill community has access to an invaluable resource – BrowZine. This innovative service offers an unparalleled experience for following and reading entire issues of scholarly journals, as well as individual articles. With its user-friendly interface and cross-platform compatibility, BrowZine is your ultimate tool for staying connected to the academic world.

BrowZine enables you to build your very own personalized library by following your favourite scholarly journals. Whether you are a student exploring diverse topics or a researcher focused on specific disciplines, BrowZine lets you curate a collection of journals that align with your interests and academic pursuits. Gone are the days of scrambling to find the right journals; with BrowZine, your favourite publications are just a click away.

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PressReader: A New Way To Access News!

In recent years, the digitizing of content has become more and more popular. Although newspapers and magazines can still be purchased and read as physical copies, many people have been turning to electronic formats of these sources instead. With new content and stories coming out daily, it can be challenging to keep up with everything. Luckily, PressReader has made this easier by creating an all-you-can-read service containing thousands of reading options.

With a catalogue of over 7000 online newspapers and magazines, PressReader gives you access to content on various topics worldwide! The best part? You can access it all for free using your McGill email and password!

Not sure how to get started? This Tip Sheet can help you get started with your account!