Citavi is a reference management program for Microsoft Windows for which the University of Göttingen offers a campus license.
Students and members of the university can download the full version free of charge and install it from version 5 on all personally used computers.
In our interactive course we show you how you can use Citavi for your academic work. Please find the course dates on our website, where you can register for your preferred date.
Questions and suggestions should be directed to the AG Literaturverwaltung (E-Mail).
Introduction to Citavi
You can also use this self-study material to learn the basics of Citavi. The documents include a Citavi project file, sample text files and detailed task and solution sheets.
Working with Citavi
Here you will find individual technical and subject-specific instructions as well as practical tips.
Citavi 6 for historical disciplines
If you are researching unprinted sources, incunabula, images or objects, the guide „Citavi 6 für historisch arbeitende Disziplinen“ (PDF 806 KB) [in German only] is of interest to you. It requires a basic knowledge of Citavi and offers solutions for the following requirements:
Capture and automatically quote unprinted sources, incunabula, works of art, or objects; specify foliation, pagination, and other deviating counts; append, mark, transcribe, and annotate PDF-files or digital representations; create image quotes and images; use special characters; capture complex names; create a grouped bibliography; document the state of research on a source or text; capture scientific bits and pieces from social media channels.
If you have any questions about downloading and installing Citavi, please contact StudIT Support.
Find extensive support on the Citavi websites.
Questions regarding the use of Citavi at the University of Göttingen (e. g. licences, access to databases / catalogues, team projects, course enquiries) can be answered by the AG Literaturverwaltung (E-Mail).
On every first and third Wednesday of the month we offer you an open Citavi consultation hour, where we are happy to answer your individual questions.
Please visit our website Research Support to book an individual consultation!
- No course dates available presently.
Location: Information and services on the ground floor of the Central Library.
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