This study guide has been designed to help you use the EndNote program to manage your referencing. The guide provides templates for citing a range of legal resources, including both primary and secondary legal materials. The guide demonstrates that you do not need to use all the fields found in an EndNote reference type - simply use the fields mentioned in the examples below. Note that the example are arranged in alphabetical order.
This study guide has been designed to bring together all the links you need in order to install and use EndNote for law. At UTS the EndNote legal referencing style is based on the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (3rd edition, 2010) published by the Melbourne University Law Review, and is called AGLC (UTS).
To use this style with EndNote you will need to download and save 2 small files:
The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials including books, journals and databases. Resources for sport marketing and sponsorship, sport public relations, sport venue management, sport event management, human resource management in sport, player management, and sport policy development.
This study guide has been designed to bring together information about legal abbreviations. References to law reports or law journals use abbreviations for the name of the law report or journal. This guide provides a list of the most commonly used abbreviations to resources held in the UTS Library collection as well as links to more comprehensive lists of legal abbreviations. If you are still unable to locate your particular legal abbreviation, ask at the Research Help Desk at the UTS Library.
This study guide proves a selection of legal databases to which the Library subscribes. These databases contain Australian and international legal resources, including both primary and secondary materials. Each database is accompanied by a brief description of its scope to help you decide which database is right for your particular information need. If you need more assistance in selecting a database to meet your particular information need, enquire at the Research Help Desk of the UTS Library.
This study guide has been designed to supplement the EndNote for Law classes run by the UTS Library. It provides information about the use of EndNote for law from creating your EndNote library and inserting EndNote references into a Word document, creating a bibliography and adding pinpoint references to your footnotes. This guide is not a substitute for attending an EndNote for Law class and UTS Library strongly suggests that you attend a class in order to be able to effectively use EndNote.
Company and industry information is vital for many business and economics fields. There are many resources for acquiring this information, some subscribed to by UTS Library and some freely available of the web. You may be looking for:
This guide provides an introduction to the resources available for Indigenous Studies. The Library has a wide range of electronic and print materials including books, journals and databases.
This guide aims to answer the most common question about finding and using images...
Visual Arts Data Service - This is a UK image resource for visual arts. It's collections comprised over 100,000 images that are freely available and copyright cleared for use in learning, teaching and research.
Welcome to the Cell Biology and Genetics study guide. This guide has been prepared to help you with your poster assignment due at the end of the semester.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Evidence Based Practice. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials including books, databases and journals.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Midwifery. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials including books, databases and journals.
These guides provide an introduction to key resources available for Health Services Management. The Library has a wide range of both electronic and print materials including books, databases and journals.
Hi and welcome to the Communicating Difference guide, which is designed to help you find information for your assignments this semester. First a couple of things you'll find useful across all of your subjects:
The Assignment survival kit will help you to manage your time and guide you through the basics of each stage of writing your assignments.
This guide aims to present resources useful to the postgraduate journalism student, what they might be used for and also how to use them. Guide prepared by David Litting. email@example.com / 95143390
* As postgraduate students you all have access to a service called InterLibrary loans. This service will provide books and journal articles (and more) to you that exist beyond what UTS owns or can provide you. To order something from InterLibrary Loans use this form.
This guide is intended to help students of Sustainable Urban Development find information to for their assignments more easily and efficiently. If you would like any amendments or additions to this guide, or just have any questions generally do contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org / 95143390
After consulting your readings for 15146 you'll be given licence to seek out your own information sources:
This guide helps to find building plans using the library's collection of archtectural books and journals.
This study guide aims to summarize the resources the library can offer for 58111 Reporting Sound and Image. The following tabs show resources that are useful for finding newspapers, radio and television programs, as well as integrating data and data visualisation into your work.
This guide was designed to assist students to find the relevant materials they'll need to read up on in the course of the semester.
A lot of those resources are legal documents, which can be quite tricky to negotiate, so we thought we'd build this guide to help you. Contained in the guide are various how to's ...
How do I find the EPAA? (Environmental Planning and Assessment Act)
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