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Starting your literature review

Information providing guidance on starting a literature review, including resources, techniques and approaches to searching the literature and writing the review.

Referencing overview

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.


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EndNote

EndNote is a software program that helps you to:

  • gather, store and manage references
  • automatically create and format bibliographies in your referencing style
  • search and retrieve records from catalogues and databases
  • insert citations directly into documents in your referencing style

 

EndNote for your thesis webinar guides:


Alternatives to EndNote

Easy Cite Referencing Tool