Citation management software helps you not only keep track of references but also helps you format the references into different citations styles. At ASU you are provided with RefWorks (http://www.asu.edu/refworks); there is no charge for this service and you can have as many RefWorks accounts as you like. You can even have an account for a team and share the account name/password among the team members.
So when you are assigned a project that requires an extensive literature review - remember that RefWorks is available - it's a great time saver.
Want to know more about what RefWorks can do for you?
RefWorks provides a complete set of 30 tutorials running for slightly over two hours. There's no need to view all the tutorials, we recommend the following to get you started:
1.0 Introduction (47s)
1.1 Accessing RefWorks, Creating an Account and Logging In (2m 53s)
To access the ASU version of RefWorks, go to http://www.asu.edu/refworks or go to the Libraries home page at http://lib.asu.edu scroll down to "Most Used Resources" and click on the "RefWorks"
1.2 Adding References Using Direct Export (2m 14s)
1.3 Organizing Imported References into Folders (2m 7s)
1.5 Creating a Bibliography (1m 53s)
2.2 Adding References by Importing Text Files (2m 9s)
2.3 Adding References by Manual Entry (1m 55s)