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Use the Send to options to keep yourself organized. The three options are:
- Citation: Brings up a list of the most popular citation styles. Find the style that’s required for your course and copy/paste the citation into your bibliography (don’t forget to check the citation against a style guide to make sure the robot citation generator got it right).
- Permalink: This allows you to copy and paste a persistent link or permalink back to the source so you don’t have to go hunting for it again.
- Email: This is the most useful tool because you can email all the important stuff to any email address. This email will include a persistent link or permalink back to the source in OneSearch so you don’t have to go hunting for it again. Once you are back in OneSearch, you can access the full-text of the source and create a citation.