Research Information Systems' Reference Manager 9.0
If you're the odd sort of character who doesn't make a point of memorizing citations, then here's the crutch for you. Research Information Systems has developed Reference Manager 9.0. This bibliographic software allows researchers to search up to 255 Internet libraries simultaneously for journal articles, abstracts, dissertations, patents, and videos. No matter how careful you have been in collecting index cards, there always seems to be a missing citation that sends you racing back to the library, usually on deadline day. Reference Manager 9.0 ends those panicked trips to the stacks by bringing the entire card catalog to your home office.

In addition to an Internet searcher, the new software is equipped with a bibliography builder that accomplishes the long-dreamed-of task of formatting bibliographies automatically. Citations can be imported into Word documents directly from the Internet in any desired style. This feature alone is...

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