Tip: It's good practice to start a research journal to organize the articles, books, websites, and data you find useful during your research. Also keep track of the interesting arguments and ideas that come to you as you're searching. It's less important how and where you keep track than that you do keep track.
Bibliographic management tools organize your citations, PDF documents and also help format the citations in the style you choose. I or any reference librarian can help with these.
Nothing's worse than copying down a URL incorrectly, or putting a bunch of web sites into one browser's bookmarks and then moving to another computer with no access to what you saved. These tools help you keep track of your work, especially when you use multiple lab computers.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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