Online bibliography management

Cite-u-like []

Let’s use this post to share tips and tricks we learn while working with cite-u-like. You can add them in comments to this post.

I’ve recommended cite-u-like as a resource to try but maybe you have others that you are more familiar with and would recommend. Put it in a comment.

12 Responses to “Online bibliography management”

  1. Will says:

    I concur.

  2. sam says:

    I made it!

  3. Stephanie Rickett says:

    CiteULike is neat and could be useful!

  4. Chris Dewan says:

    I won

  5. Denise says:

    I’m leaving a comment…

  6. Jordan says:

    Glad I can use PubMed for most of my work…

  7. Denise says:

    Hi everyone

  8. Christine says:

    I like the option to upload related files.

  9. Sara K says:

    I keep pdf files on my computer harddrive. When I uploaded a .pdf file to my citeulike citation, the .pdf was available to me even if I delete the original pdf from my harddrive. That means that I can clear up my harddrive space by storing my documents online!

  10. Q. Johnson says:

    It will not add the tab to toolbar, you have to go to Favorites tab to post articles to citeulike.

  11. tberh says:

    It is good to use on line tools.

  12. Denise says:

    CiteULike Web Articles that failed when you click on the “Post” Button:

    You can create a CiteuLike link in your library for anything find online. Just keep clicking “Post Article” and it will save the web address as an article in your library.

    For example, if there is a good YouTube video, click the “Post to CiteULike” button, and click “Post Article” in two different browser windows. CiteULike will include the web address of the YouTube video as an article in your CiteULike library.

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