Setting Up (2:49)

Learn how to start a new project and how to find your way around Citavi.

Adding Sources (3:09)

Learn how to add books, journal articles, and webpages to your project and how to generate a list of references formatted in the citation style of your choice.

Importing Online Sources (2:09)

Add database results and webpages to your project. Also, learn how to use the Citavi Picker browser extension to quickly add sources to your project.

Planning Tasks (2:04)

Research projects always involve a lot of tasks. Use Citavi's Task Planner to make sure you don't forget anything.

Reading and Analyzing (3:45)

Read your sources critically. Annotate PDF articles and save quotations, comments, and thoughts which you can later easily insert in your paper or publication.

Outlining and Connecting Ideas (2:37)

The Knowledge Organizer gives you a central place for managing your ideas and quotations. Create an outline for your future paper or publication here and then add your ideas and quotations to it.

Writing with the Citavi Assistant (4:55)

Insert your category system into a Word document and then switch to chapter view to stay focused on the references, quotations, and ideas you want to use in a particular section. Citavi automatically formats your citations and bibliography in the style you select.

Using the Citavi-NVivo Integration (5:12)

Deepen your analysis of your literature by using the Citavi-NVivo integration. NVivo is software to support the analysis of qualitative data. You can visualize patterns in your sources and run queries by taking advantage of the Citavi-NVivo integration.