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Reference management tools

 

Are you tired of struggling to manage that collection of references that’s accumulating in your office, inbox, USB stick?  Well, you can stop struggling now and use a reference management tool to help you. (Looking for help with referencing itself?) There are lots of tools available to help and the library can provide you with information and support on using the following;

EndNote Basic:  Register for a free account.  Sign in via your Institutional Login first when you create your account. For more detailed information, including some video guides, visit the Clarivate Analytics website or see the Library's introductory Endnote guide (under Further Information below).

EndNote Desktop: You can launch EndNote from the AppsAnywhere application portal. You may have access to EndNote Desktop from your PC - the help guide is available here. Features: Cite while you write, import references from databases.

Mendeley: Register for a free account. Mendeley has comprehensive help pages or see the Library's Mendeley guide (under Further Information below). Features: Download desktop application, install reference capture tools in your web browser, cite while you write, import references from databases. Watch more tutorial videos.

Zotero: Register for a free account. Find the Zotero quick start guide.  Features: Download desktop application, install reference capture tools in your web browser, cite while you write, import references from databases.

Further help: Please feel free to get in contact if you would like help using this software. You may also like to visit this guide for further information.