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Publisher copyright policies & self-archving for select Philosophy journals obtained from the SHERPA/RoMEO database.
Click on a journal title below to determine the archiving policy for inclusion in Georgia State University Library's institutional repository - the ScholarWorks @ Georgia State University. The purpose of the archive is to to collect, preserve, and provide access to scholarship produced by faculty at Georgia State University. Faculty can deposit their articles, conference presentations, class materials, and other scholarly output in the Digital Archive to make it freely available to researchers. Participation in the institutional repository is optional; this is a service that the library is providing to ensure long-term preservation of your work and to increase access to your work.
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Zotero is a free Firefox plugin that easily saves citations from GIL and most library databases, as well as sites like Amazon and the New York Times online. See the Zotero information page for help and useful tips.
EndNote is a program for managing bibliographic citations. It can automate much of the work of organizing and formatting citations and bibliographies in your writing. EndNote can connect to online sources such as GIL and article databases, output results in over 1,000 different bibliographic styles, and more.
Please see the library's EndNote information page for information on how to download and use the software.
Don't want to download the software? Use EndNoteWeb, the Web-based version that allows you to access your citations from any computer, any where, any time. .