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NS 4250: Nutrition Communications and Counseling

This guide provides resources and guidance for finding and evaluating nutrition information.

Citation Management Software

In the process of doing research, you will encounter a multitude of resources including books, articles, and websites.  Keeping all of these organized as you progress, and ultimately creating a bibliography using a particular citation style can be a daunting and time-consuming task. 

Citation management software can help you to manage information and create bibliographies. It allows you to form working groups and to share resources

There are a number of citation management tools available to Cornell students and compatible with many of the databases you might use in your research. Visit the citation management page to get started.  It only takes a few minutes to set up an account with such tools as Zotero and Mendeley. Endnote may also be downloaded for free by students in CALS and CHE.

To learn how to use these and other citation management tools, consider one of the workshops offered by Cornell libraries. Citation management help is also available,

ZoteroBib

Use ZoteroBib to quickly generate one citation for a single article in the citation style required for your research paper.

Guide to Using Zotero

The library guide Frequently Asked Questions about Zotero is also a useful resource.