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XJTLU Referencing

Find essentials of academic writing and referencing in this guide!

Powerful Referencing Management Tools

EndNote moves you through the research process as you search, organise, write, publish and share. It is one of the most powerful reference managers on the market.

EndNote 20, the stand-alone programme is available in all library computers. Registered staff and students of XJTLU can also install it in their own PCs or laptops. Visit the EndNote Guide for more information.

EndNote Online, the online version of EndNote, is available via the link in Databases A-Z.

  • Click HERE to see the differences between EndNote 20 and EndNote Online.

The Library provides regular instructional sessions on using EndNote for referencing during the semesters. Please pay attention to the updates in LibCal Library Event Calendar.

Besides, EndNote online trainings are available from the vendor's site. You may register their webinars at EndNote Online Training Calendar.

RefWorks is a web-based reference manager that allows you to create your own personal database by importing references from text files or online databases and other various sources. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds.

The Library will usually organise RefWorks instructional sessions every semester. Please pay attention to the updates in LibCal Library Event Calendar.

Besides, RefWorks online trainings are available from the vendor. You can refer to the trainings at New RefWorks Training or RefWorks Short Videos.

Find out more information on the use of RefWorks in their Knowledge Centre and Introduction to RefWorks online.

Click HERE to enjoy both Chinese and English versions of reference management tools workshop videos!

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