Databases by Subject/Topic: Citation Tools
- Available to current TCU students, faculty, and staff.
- Available to TCU faculty, staff, and grad students only.
- Available to Brite students, faculty, and staff only.
- Available to Clark Society members.
- Available to all patrons.
Research Guides for Citation Tools
- AMA Manual of Style Online
- The online AMA Manual of Style has a streamlined interface, intuitive search and browse, and personalization features, so finding what you need in the Manual is easier than ever. Coverage dates: Current.
- Chicago Manual of Style
- Search or browse the full text of the latest edition of this important style manual. Tools, such as sample forms, proofreader's marks, letters, and style sheets are also provided. Limited to 25 users at once. Coverage dates: Current.
- EndNote (installation instructions and link to download the software)
- Install EndNote on your personal computer to help manage your research. Organize references, save images and PDFs in any language, search the contents of PDFs, create citations and bibliographies as you write. It has more advanced features than RefWorks, but is not as easy to use. You may need a class or tutorials to learn EndNote.
- Essential Science Indicators
- Essential Science Indicators can determine influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in a field of study. Use it to find the most cited papers in any discipline.
- InCites Journal Citation Reports
- Journal Citation Reports shows the Impact Factor for journals, and provides other citation metrics.