Friday, 2 August 2013

The free, web-based EndNote Basic offers a new collaborative edge whilst remaining a true reference management tool

The free, web-based EndNote Basic offers a new collaborative edge whilst remaining a true reference management tool
 The public response to Elsevier’s takeover of Mendeley prompted Thomson Reuters to release an enhanced, free version of their referencing management tool, EndNote Basic. Paul Horsler examines the new features. While certainly not a tool for sharing PDFs, the web-based platform can be accessed remotely and allows for wider group collaboration and reference sharing.

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