Bibliographic Citation Software
IT Users' Subcommittee has set up a Task Force for evaluating
plagiarism and bibliographic citation software. The
Task Force expects to make a recommendation to the IT
Committee in 2005-2006 academic year.
the bibliographic citation software, free trial on (1)
RefWorks and (2) Endnote has been arranged.
Details are listed below.
RefWorks on CSA
period: until 30th September 2005)
is a Web-based bibliography and database manager that
allows you to create your own personal database by importing
references from text files or online databases. You
can use these references in writing papers and automatically
format the paper and the bibliography.
try on RefWorks, please go to the "User
Login" page, and then sign up for an individual
account. It allows you to have a free trial until
the end of September.
off-campus access, please login using a "Group
Note: Please be reminded that data stored in the personal
database on RefWorks should be exported to local hard
disk before the expiry of free trial period.
EndNote provides a simple way to search online bibliographic
databases and retrieve the references directly into
EndNote. It helps to store, manage, and search for bibliographic
also formats citations in your Microsoft Word document.
try on EndNote, you need to download the trial version
from EndNote Web site.
It allows you to have one month trial.
can also try the free trial electronic resources on
the library homepage under "What's New" section.
are welcome to forward your feedback and comments on
these trial electronic resources through your respective
faculty/school representatives in the Task Force:
Stuart Christie, Dr. Tony Hung, Mr. Leo Yu
of Chinese Medicine:
of Social Sciences:
Odalia Wong (Convener)
of the Task Force:
Mr. SH Tong (ITSC) or Ms. Alison Chan (LIB)