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Reference Management Software


EndNote is a reference management system that allows you to collect references, and then to organize them, and create bibliographies using different citation styles. Note that you may need to edit the references in your bibliography to be exactly the style required, as for example there are many different Harvard styles with slight variations.

References can be imported into EndNote from Library Search and other databases such as PsycINFO, Cinahl, Web of Science, and PubMed. And online resources like Google Scholar.



Below is a short video from EndNote, which offers a quick overview of what EndNote is:

How to use EndNote 21 in 7 minutes (MacOS) 


How to use EndNote 21 in 7 minutes (Windows)