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RefME Plus Released: Cite as you write in MS Word

May 27, 2016

The folks at RefME have just released RefME Plus! As a doctoral student, I know how important it is to make sure you are organized. Finding a citation tool to stay organized as you write is important. This citation tool now lets you write the bibliography a report, research paper, you name it – without leaving Microsoft Word. As you write, RefME Plus also lets users add quotes using your smartphone camera. If you’ve used the RefME citation tool before you know that is a helpful resource for managing references in a text, a bibliography and in-text citations. You can collect research and keep track of citations with the help of RefME.

RefME Plus Citation Tool

RefME Plus Citation Tool for MS Word and Photo Quotes

RefME Plus takes this citation tool to the next level. You can write and manage your bibliography from right within Word 2016. You can use this on Windows and Mac, or on Word for iPad. It lets you rearrange your projects to fit your own system of organization. One of the coolest parts of RefME Plus is how it turns printed text into digital text using your smartphone camera to save a quote. With the official release of RefME Institute there is now a university license that gives all students RefME Plus at a discounted rate, including learner analytics and more.

Visit RefME’s website to find out more about RefME Plus!

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