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Law: EndNote

Library and information resources for staff and students in Newcastle Law School

About EndNote


 What is EndNote?

EndNote is a bibliographic database software package designed to make your academic life a little bit easier by allowing you to build a collection of references for your research. It can help take the stress out of referencing properly, helping you organise your lists of references and create bibliographies. It allows you to :

  • Find and import references downloaded from library catalogues and databases direct into your own personal EndNote Library
  • Store, organise and search for references in your EndNote Library
  • Add correct citations to your word-processed document and create your bibliography in a number of citation styles

 Why use EndNote?

  • You need to provide good references to all sources used to avoid plagiarism - EndNote makes this easier!
  • Using EndNote ensures you cite your references in the correct style for your School or purpose

 

Find out more?

      Downloading from Westlaw into EndNote

      It is now possible to download journal articles from Westlaw into EndNote.  Read the useful guide by Sandy Meredith from Oxford University for more information.

      Using OSCOLA with EndNote

      Learn how to use EndNote with OSCOLA using our step-by-step reference guide.  

      Printed copies of this guide are available in the Philip Robinson Library and the Law Library.