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If you have a PHP server running somewhere, I would definitely adviserecommend (Aigaion)[http://aigaion.de/about]Aigaion. From the website, they say:

Aigaion provides a bibliography management environment that supports a user in just this: Organizing and managing a complete bibliography, from small personal bibliographies to bibliographies for e.g. a complete research department.

I've been using it in the past on a project, and it's really helpful to manage a bibliography for an entire group: you can define collections, you can annotate each entry, and you can export easily the bibliography at least to Bibtex and RIS (probably more, but I don't remember exactly, as I was using only Bibtex). You can at the same time manage references to be read by students, and publications generated by the group. Plus, it's open source :)

If you have a PHP server running somewhere, I would definitely advise (Aigaion)[http://aigaion.de/about]. From the website, they say:

Aigaion provides a bibliography management environment that supports a user in just this: Organizing and managing a complete bibliography, from small personal bibliographies to bibliographies for e.g. a complete research department.

I've been using it in the past on a project, and it's really helpful to manage a bibliography for an entire group: you can define collections, you can annotate each entry, and you can export easily the bibliography at least to Bibtex and RIS (probably more, but I don't remember exactly, as I was using only Bibtex). You can at the same time manage references to be read by students, and publications generated by the group. Plus, it's open source :)

If you have a PHP server running somewhere, I would definitely recommend Aigaion. From the website, they say:

Aigaion provides a bibliography management environment that supports a user in just this: Organizing and managing a complete bibliography, from small personal bibliographies to bibliographies for e.g. a complete research department.

I've been using it in the past on a project, and it's really helpful to manage a bibliography for an entire group: you can define collections, you can annotate each entry, and you can export easily the bibliography at least to Bibtex and RIS (probably more, but I don't remember exactly, as I was using only Bibtex). You can at the same time manage references to be read by students, and publications generated by the group. Plus, it's open source :)

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If you have a PHP server running somewhere, I would definitely advise (Aigaion)[http://aigaion.de/about]. From the website, they say:

Aigaion provides a bibliography management environment that supports a user in just this: Organizing and managing a complete bibliography, from small personal bibliographies to bibliographies for e.g. a complete research department.

I've been using it in the past on a project, and it's really helpful to manage a bibliography for an entire group: you can define collections, you can annotate each entry, and you can export easily the bibliography at least to Bibtex and RIS (probably more, but I don't remember exactly, as I was using only Bibtex). You can at the same time manage references to be read by students, and publications generated by the group. Plus, it's open source :)