We're finally here! This is the last in our series of how to hack EndNote when you're writing a journal article. So far we've covered:
Scenario: You're the third author on a paper and the job of referencing falls to you. You have a look at the author guidelines of the journal and realise that the style of referencing they want you to use is tricky (read numbered style) and is customised for that particular journal. It doesn't match anything you can see on EndNote. You panic.
UTS provides a number of resources for researchers to aid them in their academic writing. Whether you’re unsure of your basics, looking for a bit of help to take you to the next level, or simply trying to actually force yourself to write, there is something available to assist you.
These are our top 3 workshops to get you started at UTS (and help you gain better marks!):
HOW TO USE THE HARVARD UTS STYLE
The Library's Harvard UTS Referencing Guide has guidelines and examples on how to reference sources such as: