Managing your literature with EndNote
EndNote is a citation management software package used to store and manage references.
With EndNote you can:
- export references and full text from most databases into your own EndNote Library
- add your own research notes to references
- insert citations into a word document
- create the bibliography in the referencing style according to your requirement.
Charles Sturt University Library supports EndNote and the program is available free to CSU staff and students.
Go to our EndNote library guide to:
- download EndNote;
- learn how to use the software, access videos, manuals and FAQs.
Contact your Faculty Liaison Librarian for personalised help.
EndNote and Nvivo
Analysing your literature
NVivo is a software package you can use to identify common themes, topics or patterns within your literature. NVivo can help you to organise your thoughts, help structure your literature review and keep track of 'which journal author or article supported the aguement you wish to make'.
The Library does not provide training or support for NVivo, but can help you get full text records from your EndNote Library into an NVivo Project for analysis. The Research Office Calendar of Profession Development offers more comprehensive NVivo training.
Refer to the Library EndNote & NVivo for Literature Review guide for more information.