EndNote is a software application that will allow you to build libraries of references and insert them as citations into your essays and assignments.
Using EndNote helps ensure the consistency of your references and automates much of the work of formatting references.
The ANU has a site license for EndNote which is installed on all Information Commons computers and all ANU students and staff members are permitted to use the program both at work and at home. For installation files and detailed installation instructions visit the EndNote site on Wattle.
Book yourself into a class by visiting the ILP training calendar page or ringing 6125 8886
Additional help: Thomson-Reuters EndNote Online User Guide
When you are producing your academic work it is your responsibility to acknowledge your source in a systematic way.
In order to help you do this the ANU Academic Skills and Learning Centre has put together all the information you need.
Essential Science Indicators helps users determine the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in their field of study—as well as emerging research areas that could impact their work. This compilation of science performance statistics and science trends data is based on journal article publication counts and citation data from Thomson Scientific databases only. It gives access to approximately ten million articles in over 11,000 journal titles from around the world.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organise your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
Information on how to use Mendeley is included as a short pdf when you install the software.
Alerting services can be set up in a variety of ways and from a variety of sources. They will help you stay up-to-date about new information relating to your research interests. To learn how to utilise them attend the relevant ILP workshop