Technology in nursing scholarship: Use of citation reference managers
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
Nurses, especially those in academia, feel the pressure to publish but have a limited time to write. One of the more time-consuming and frustrating tasks of research, and subsequent publications, is the collection and organization of accurate citations of sources of information. The purpose of this article is to discuss three types of citation reference managers (personal bibliographic software) and how their use can provide consistency and accuracy in recording all the information needed for the research and writing process. The advantages and disadvantages of three software programs, EndNote, Reference Manager, and ProCite, are discussed. These three software products have a variety of options that can be used in personal data management to assist researchers in becoming published authors. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Smith, Cheryl M., "Technology in nursing scholarship: Use of citation reference managers" (2007). Faculty Bibliography. 2225.
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