This guide only covers citation software supported by the library: Zotero, Mendeley, RefWorks, EndNote, and Papers. When deciding which one to use consider your research habits, word processing, and collaboration/sharing needs. These programs can work with each other and some people may need to use more than one throughout their academic career.
If you are using Easybib EDU that program will be sunsetting August 31, 2018. Now is the time to transition to a different program. To export citations login to Easybib, go into the Bibliography for your project(s), select the citations and choose an export option. Unfortunately the export options provided by Easybib are not in a format that would allow you to easily import citations into another citation management program. For tips on quickly adding citations to a citation management program consult this guide or contact Melissa Gomis (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mendeley and Zotero are free software programs available for anyone to use. They both charge for additional storage space and Mendeley charges for private groups with more than 3 collaborators.
Some citation programs handle specific reference types better than others. Mendeley was built to manage PDFs and does a much better job handling journal articles and digital book chapters than books or other reference types. Zotero can capture information from a lot of government websites, online newspapers (NYTimes etc), Amazon, and YouTube etc.