Reference or bibliographic management tools are software programs will help you organize the references (i.e., citations) you find for papers and projects.
These tools store your references in one place on your computer, which makes retrieving these items easy. You should also look for a tool that has these other features as well:
EndNote and Mendeley are two reference management tools that you may want to consider using. See the right side bar of this page for details about using these tools.
Steps to export references from SciFinder Scholar and import them into EndNote:
Steps to export references from SciFinder Scholar and import them into Mendeley:
EndNote helps you organize your research. It also allows you to organize bibliographic references (or citations) in your own EndNote Library, transfer references from on-line databases into your EndNote Library, and instantly build bibliographies for your papers. For current and potential EndNote users alike, here are some links to get more information about EndNote:
Mendeley is a free reference manager that allows you to organize references and to create reference lists and bibliographies. Mendeley includes a PDF viewer which allows you highlight, annotate, and organize research papers all in one place. For current and potential Mendeley users alike, here are some links to get information about Mendeley: