RefME is a platform I have talked about before as a useful piece of kit for managing your referencing. RefME has been purchased by another reference manager which has both free and premium (pay to use) versions called Cite this for me. RefME will shut down in due course so it might be worth considering moving to another manager. Cite this for me is a very simple to use reference manager but there are quite a few programs out there which offer both free and premium versions. A list of my top reference managers can be found below:
RefME is a free reference manager. It can help you capture references on the web and put them together into file format you can export and use in your thesis submission or project submission. For some general info on how it works and what it’s compatible with see this earlier post on LectureHub here. The video below will show you how to capture references on ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed, biopharminternational.com and books.google.ie to start with but it can do so much more. Well worth considering using it to help you with your thesis/essay writing.
RefME is a free reference manager that works as an add-on to a desktop browser and also as a mobile app. It is available as an app for iOS and Android. With the apps you can scan barcodes of books or search for references and then add them to your account.
It also works with Google Chrome Browser. This app and browser plugin will help you capture (from pubmed or any other web page where you have a potential reference) and manage references to go into your thesis. Once you’ve captured your references and used them in your thesis you can then export all references in the proper format (Harvard is probably the best format) and copy and paste them into your thesis.
You can sign up with a google or facebook account plus it’s completely free. More info can be found at the link below and I’ll put together a short video on how to use it later this week.