[nabs-l] Online citation manager questions

minh ha minh.ha927 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 01:53:41 UTC 2015

Hi Michael,

I've never heard of the citation manager that you mentioned, but my
university uses refworks for our manager and I like it a lot. It's a
little cumbersome to use at times, but it does come in handy when
writing papers.


On 1/24/15, Michael D Ausbun via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello Fellow Nabsters:
> 	I am currently taking an online course, which is the introduction to the
> introduction to my undergraduate Honors thesis. One of the course
> requirements is that we ought to use a citation manager. The one that they
> recommend for use is called N-Note web. I informed the professor to the
> unfortunate situation, which often arises, that being the possibility that
> the manager may be inaccessible. She informed me that, if this were the
> case, then she would like to locate the most useful citation manager for
> someone with a visual disability.
> 	Thus, my question. First, have any of you used an online citation manager
> before? Have you used N-note before? If so, how was it in regards to
> accessibility? If you have used another one or multiple ones, which have you
> found to be the best.
> Thank you all in advance!
> Respectfully,
> Michael Ausbun
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