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EndNote is the most sophisticated citation management software discussed here. It's a great option if you are working on a systematic review or a long-term research project, like a dissertation. It also has the most robust Microsoft Word tool bar, with the largest set of citation styles.
A few things to keep in mind: there is a cost to download the software, and every few years there can be a cost to upgrade (which is optional). UMB faculty, staff, and students can purchase EndNote at a discount through CITS. EndNote also has no current way to easily import webpages.
Getting the Find Full Text proxy link
In order to access the library's journals through the Find Full Text feature in EndNote, you need to put the below link into your EndNote preferences:
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