Introduction to Bibcitation for Citation Management
Bibcitation is a free, easy-to-use, next-generation open-source citation management tool, designed for academics of all levels. Developed in Vancouver by a local startup, it aims to simplify and streamline the process of generating accurate and responsible citations to make the research process easier and transparent. It serves as an effective learning tool for students encountering different citation formats by displaying citation creation in real-time. This is a tool built specifically for academics and to address the gaps in tools that are currently used and freely available online.
- A brief overview of using the tool including exporting citations and multiple citation lists
- Bibcitation and the existing state of citation and reference tools
- The team who developed this tool
- What makes the Bibcitation user experience different from other tools currently used
- The uses of Bibcitation as a research tool and a citation format learning tool
- Bibcitation Chrome extension and Google Docs add-on
- Future of Bibcitation / Reference management
Article for more information about Bibcitation:
Sidiqi, A. (2020, October 7). Citations vs Fake News - Ahmad Sidiqi - Medium. Medium. https://medium.com/@ahmad_sidiqi/citations-vs-fake-news-2614f1e395dd
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