Cite references and create bibliographies in MS Word and other word processors, web browsers, presentations and even email with Magic Citations.
There are thousands of different citation styles to choose from.
When you are ready to add a citation , simply use the ctrl + alt + p shortcut from any application.
This opens the citations function, enabling you to search by entering a keyword, part of a title, or the name of the author of the paper you want to cite.
With a Papers subscription, you can create up to five shared libraries which you can share with your colleagues. Existing Papers users will be directed straight to your shared library. Colleagues who do not use Papers will be able to access your shared library through the 30 day trial.
Find instructions on the Papers website.
Papers is a desktop and web-based reference manager that enables you to add to, organise and browse your research library with its iTunes style interface. The software costs $60 to download (student discount and 30 day trial available), with the added benefit of retaining your research library even after you leave Oxford.
'Write. Cite. Done' is how Papers describes its easy-access citations function, Magic Citations. Pull up citations in web browsers, email, presentations and word processors without having to leave the application.
A tool called Papers allows Apple Mac users to save references from Scopus.
To access Scopus via Papers you need an institutional ID: