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The use of a reference management software is beneficial during the literature searching process. The potentially large number of papers found during a search can be difficult to manage, and you want to avoid losing or misplacing relevant articles.

There are various reference management software options such as EndNote, Zotero, RefWorks or Mendeley. Visit the library referencing guide for more information on each of these software.

Referencing Guide


Monash Health Library has EndNote installed on all library shared PCs. Here are some features in EndNote to help store, organise and manage literature search results:

  • Organise articles into groups and create group sets, and smart groups
  • Export and import search results from databases
  • Bulk import and export to Covidence for screening results
  • Find and remove duplicate records - Detailed steps in deduplicating results page
  • Find full text of articles
  • Attach the full text of articles manually
  • View and annotate PDF files
  • Customised citation fields - add labels or tags to help find papers
  • Creating Research Notes in Word document (for personal or reviewer comments)
  • Share EndNote library with colleagues, research team 

Visit our EndNote Guide for more information these features and how to obtain an EndNote license. Register for an upcoming EndNote training session with live demo and Q&A. 

EndNote User Guide

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