RefWorks Flow: A Free Document Management Tool

Looking for an alternative to Mendeley and Zotero? You’re a RefWorks user but want a tool that’s better suited to collaboration and document management?  You might want to take a look at RefWorks Flow.













Launched in 2013 Flow is designed to help researchers discover, store, and organize academic articles, citations, and metadata downloaded from electronic databases. and collaborate with other researchers. This cloud-based tool facilitates collaboration by allowing group annotation of articles, sharing of datasets, and group editing of draft documents.

Any student or faculty member with a verifiable academic email address can sign up for a free account, which offers 2GB of cloud storage, and the participation of up to 10 collaborators per project.

View a short online tutorial.

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David is the Education & Information Consultant, Basic Sciences
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One Response to RefWorks Flow: A Free Document Management Tool

  1. Hi David, Some document management systems also have a function called “optical character recognition” (OCR) built into the scanning process. Is this option present in your Software?

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