We have been investigating a license for Endnote/Reference Manager. Does
anyone have existing licenses, if so are they a site license or a volume
deal? We couldn't seem to negotiate very good pricing with them. Just
curious how everyone else handles it.
Site License Coordinator
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From: "Lofts, Kalletta" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 01:50 PM
Subject: [LICENSING] FW: Refworks
> Have any of you had any experience with Refworks, a web-based alternative
> Endnote or Procite? We now use Endnote. One can see a demo or sign up for
> 30-day free trial, which I just did, at http://www.refworks.com/. On the
> surface it looks like this might be a product worth further investigation
> and one which might be better suited to support of distance learners.
> Please let me know if you're working with this or have interest. And
> copy Deborah on your responses.
> Have a great day,
> Kalletta Lofts
> Coordinator of Licensing Programs
> KU and RLDC
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