A large part of conducting and writing a literature review is to reference the relevant sources that you have found.
A number of referencing tools are available that can help you manage your references.
RMIT University provides a license to the EndNote software program, although there are alternative reference management software available.
The Library has also developed Easy Cite, providing examples for key referencing styles.
EndNote is a software program that helps you to:
EndNote for your thesis webinar guides:
The purpose of the module is to assist researchers in their decision making of which reference manager to use to organise their references in their work. The module explores the features of three popular reference managers – Endnote, Zotero and Mendeley – and helps in the decision of which one is best for research practices.
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