The following tools may help you in your research both in the library and on the go.
Duke LibX — Search the library catalog, databases, e-journals, Google Scholar, and more, from wherever you are on the web. This browser plugin provides quick access to Duke Library resources via a toolbar and your browser's right-click menu.
EndNote — Use this reference management software to help you keep track of your citations and prepare bibliographies.
RefWorks — RefWorks, an online reference management tool, will help you collect, organize, share and format citations from any computer with an Internet connection.
Zotero — Manage your citations - books, articles, web pages and more - with the Zotero Firefox plug-in. Zotero lets you capture, organize and cite what you find while researching and writing.
DukeMobile — The DukeMobile suite of applications for iPhone includes functions for searching the library catalog, contacting a librarian, and viewing images from Duke Digital Collections. To install DukeMobile on your iPhone or iPod Touch, visit the DukeMobile page in the iTunes App Store and click on "Get App."Don't have an iPhone? Access Library hours, directions, contact information, and a list of available computers via a standard web-enabled phone on the Library's Mobile Website.
Many of the following are for Duke affiliates only; they will ask for your NetID and password when you do a search with them if you are off campus. Simply click to install.
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