If you like to use Google Docs for writing papers & need a citation management tool that works with it, you have some options.
- One is to follow the directions in this guide from Princeton University,which shows how to use EndNote, Mendeley, Papers 2.0, RefWorks, & Zotero with Google Docs (there is no integration, but there are workarounds that you can use).
- Another option is to use an add-on for Google Docs, Paperpile. In Google Docs, from the Add-ons dropdown menu, select Get Add-ons, & search for Paperpile (you can also search for citation management to find other add-ons). With Paperpile, you can search for literature as you're writing, then add citations as necessary. Even better, if you do use another citation management tool, you can export these citations to that program. Paperpile & other add-ons are not supported by the Taubman Health Sciences Library.