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Referencing Guides

It is important to have a good understanding of the principles of referencing before using Endnote. If your calculator tells you 1+1=5 you have to know enough maths to recognize there is a problem. Likewise it is important to understand the principles of the referencing style required.

What is EndNote?

EndNote is a bibliographic citation management software program, developed by Thomson Reuters that allows you to:

  • Create a database or 'library' of references.
  • Search and download references from electronic databases and library catalogues.
  • Store downloaded PDFs with their relevant references.
  • Insert in-text citations into your thesis, assignments, publications etc
  • Generate bibliographies in specific styles with the click of a button.
  • Share your library or group of references with your research colleagues.

Endnote Overview Video

Video produced and kindly shared by EndNote Training.