Are you allowed to quote from someone else’s work? Or use an image you found on the internet for your own dissertation? Who actually owns the copyright on a completed research project? What do you need to consider when submitting an article to a publisher for publication? What is permissible when putting together a reader?
Copyright can raise a lot of questions. If you're not quite sure what it entails, you can ask the Library for help.
Mendeley is a programme for storing files (such as PDF and Word files) and adding notes. Literature references to articles can be used in Word. You can also work with Mendeley in groups, in private or in public, and share documents with each other.
You will not be charged a fee for using Mendeley.
RefWorks enables you to compile your own online literature file. You can import titles from catalogues, databases and Google Scholar or enter them manually. You can then arrange the titles in directories and use them for literature references in a Word document, in any style you wish.
Zotero is a reference manager used for collecting references and associated texts, files, web pages etc. The references can be used in texts as references and for compiling a literature list. Questions about Zotero? The Library will be happy to help.