[teknoids] Citation software for OS X - what are others using?
wtmonroe.ls at gmail.com
Wed Aug 19 09:25:34 EDT 2009
I use Sente for bibliographic management and citations. It's not cheap
(~$89) but it is powerful and integrates with several Mac-based word
processors (Word, Pages, Nisus, Mellel, TextEdit). There's a less expensive
program called BookEnds that you may also want to check out. BibDesk is
also a great bibliographic program that I used for several years. It is
free and has a friendly and active user group. It is designed to integrate
with LaTeX editors but can also be used with Pages and Word.
Head of Instructional Technology
Paul M. Hebert Law Center
On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 8:04 AM, Chad Kealey <ckealey at drexel.edu> wrote:
> One of our professors wants to use a program called "Citation" (
> http://www.citationonline.net/) which he's used extensively in the past,
> before he switched from a Windows PC to Mac OS X. This program is not
> available for OS X, unfortunately. We have a site license for Endnote, but
> apparently this doesn't perform the inline citations in a manner or style
> required for Law Review article submissions.
> At this point, he wants to run Windows on his Mac (since he heard that's
> possible) just to run this application, which seems like a highly
> overcomplicated solution. To that end, I'm trying to find out what other
> citation-related software people are using on Macs.
> Chad Kealey
> Instructional Technology Support Coordinator
> Earle Mack School of Law
> Drexel University
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