Citation management tools can help you collect, organize, and reuse sources that you find in your research. They are especially helpful for creating lists of references in the style you need and for organizing PDFs of articles or reports. Zotero is free (and travels with you when you leave ASU), while EndNote is free for ASU students, faculty, and staff. Need help choosing a citation management tool? 
Zotero Workshop - Registration Required 
Oct. 25, 2016, Tuesday, 12 - 1:15, Belk Library - Rm. 028
Questions? Contact Lisa Abbott, abbottLT@appstate.edu 
Download here 
Library guide for Zotero  
Questions about Zotero? Contact Lisa Abbott, abbottLT@appstate.edu 
Belk Library has a site license for EndNote software. It may be downloaded and installed on campus computers from the Software Center (icon usually on top left of desktop).
Download here for personal machines . Appalachian faculty, staff and students may also install the software on their personal computers.
EndNote's help --YouTube  under "EndNote Training"
Questions about EndNote? Contact John Wiswell, firstname.lastname@example.org 
EndNote Online is a web-based reference organizer with online storage for references.
- Undergraduate students can organize their references for citing in papers.
- Professional reseachers and graduate students can use EndNote Web as a complement to EndNote X7. Files may be transferred back and forth from EndNote X7 libraries.
Use this EndNote link  to open and access your account. For full access, EndNote requires that you verify that you are a subscriber to the software by accessing the program from the Library web site.
Endnote's help -- Web Tutorials