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NUMed Learning Resources Centre: Academic Skills

This guide is designed to help you to get started using the NUMed Library


  is a bibliographic database software package which enables you to organize your lists of references and create bibliographies.


It allows you to:
  • Store, organise and search for references in your own personal EndNote Library.
  • Import references download from electronic sources.
  • Add citations to your word-processed document and create your bibliography in number of citation styles. 



It helps you to:
  • Ensure you to gather the required information to create citations and a reference list.
  • Provide good references to all sources used to avoid plagiarism
  • Ensure you cite your references in the correct style for your school or purpose.


On Campus

You can access to EndNote on all cluster PCs in the university (IT Cluster and LRC Computer Lounge).

Off Campus

Off campus access is available via the Azure Virtual Desktop,

Further info, please visit


The University Site Licence allows installation of EndNote on staff and student personal machines. 

To request a download of EndNote 20 please submit a request via the NUIT Service System.

Note: this copy of EndNote is only for use whilst you remain at Newcastle University and must be removed if and when you leave. 

Visit these websites to get more help and tips about using EndNote:
Email support
If you are having problems and queries about EndNote, please email:
For details Referencing Guide, click HERE

Academic Writing

Visit the page of  Writing Development Centre to help you on all aspects of academic writing.

FMS Digital Skills

A FMS digital skills is an online tutorials website that are provided to you for your self-learn regarding IT services and facilities, as well as the document management. 

Click below to find out more: 


Citation, Referencing, Plagiarism

Right-Cite for Good Academic Conduct offers guidance and advice to help you to reference and cite correctly, and to avoid plagiarism.
Referencing Styles
Harvard Referencing Style is the commonly being used at Newcastle University. There are many variations of Harvard but the one used at Newcastle can be found in Cite Them Right -Harvard.
Please open the Endnote software, then click on Tools > Output Styles > Open Style Manager, then find the Cite Them Right-Harvard and tick the box. 
For more information about Referencing, refer HERE.

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NUMed Learning Resource Centre
Learning Resource Centre (LRC),
Library and Information Services Management,
Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia,
No 1, Jalan Sarjana 1, Kota Ilmu, Educity @ Iskandar,
79200 Iskandar Puteri,
Johor, Malaysia
+607-555 3851