[OS X TeX] MLA-style Template

Simon Spiegel simon at simifilm.ch
Wed Mar 31 15:37:09 CEST 2010

On 31.03.2010, at 15:32, David Messerschmitt wrote:

> Regarding a reference manager, I have found Refworks.com to be a valuable resource. It stores a database of references organized in folders, and both imports and exports references in various formats including bibtex, word, etc. So you can keep one "universal" reference database that can be used seamlessly in various places.
> My university licenses the site (most do), and Google scholar can be configured to export references to my refworks account -- that is a good way to capture references without any typing, although sometimes a little cleanup is needed following the capture.
> Another cool idea is to share a refworks account with collaborators, so you are keeping a joint database accessible to all.
> I am sure that others have their fav system, e.g. Endnote.

Endnote is no one's fav system, it's a curse which should be avoided by all means.

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