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Comment by Teresa McGervey on February 22, 2018 at 8:54am

I noticed that the Comparison Chart listed under resources is dated December 2012. Does anyone know of a more recent chart? I have a hard time justifying RefWorks to our patrons when they prefer free, "not-restricted-by-our-network" resources and tools, like Zotero.

Also, we're still using and teaching Legacy RefWorks because until there is a sunset date for Legacy, patrons won't migrate to the new platform for fear of losing citations and/or papers in the migration. 


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