Adapted from the Georgia State University Library, the Literature Search Tracking Log "is where you can list the subject headings you used in your search, which databases you searched and how many results you found for each search."
Adapted from the Georgia State University Library, the Evidence Analysis Log "is where you make notes about each article that is relevant to your literature review."
Citation Management Tools - Introduction
What are citation management programs?
Citation management programs are time-saving tools that allow you to:
Create a personal database of references
Organize and search your references
Upload and store PDF documents with their citations
Insert citations into word processing documents and format bibliographies in a variety of styles
What citation management program should I use?
There are several citation management programs available. Tufts provides access to EndNote and F1000 Workspace for faculty, students and staff. Other options are Mendeley and Zotero, free citation management programs.
See below links to additional information and help with each of these programs.
EndNote is a desktop-based citation management program available to Tufts faculty, students and staff. Click the link above to learn how to get EndNote installed on your work or personal computer and start using the program.
Sciwheel is a web-based citation manager and collaborative author program available to Tufts faculty, students and staff. Click the link above to create or access your account. You must create an account while on the Tufts network, and login from a campus network every 60 days to maintain full access.