Your subject-specific guide to using library resources.
EndNote is a piece of bibliographic management software, to help store and organise your research results. It allows you to add your references, in a wide range of styles, to your Word documents. It is available on all University cluster PCs. Off-campus access is available via the Remote Application Service ('RAS') - http://ras.ncl.ac.uk. There is also an online version My EndNote Online.
At end of process, will be expected to have at least one record of a full search that you carried out, so keep all the database / grey literature searches as well. These get put in the appendices of your literature search.
Look at this blog post if you need to know How to find a random set of citations in EndNote.
De-duplicating your results in EndNote
See this Library FAQ with video a on how to de-duplicate your references in EndNote.
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