Information Services

Information literacy

Finding, evaluating, managing, curating, organising and sharing digital information. Having a critical awareness of credibility of sources, and referencing appropriately. Interpreting information for academic and professional purposes. Applying the rules of copyright and using open content.

Study Resources for Literature Reviews

These materials will help you to identify appropriate abstracting and indexing (or bibliographic) databases for topics you need to investigate.

Managing the Literature in a Systematic Review

These materials cover techniques for managing the literature in systematic literature reviews, including search strategies, search queries and bibliographic managers.

Finding Theses

This workbook describes how to locate details of theses and find full text theses online.

Managing a Bibliography with EndNote X7

This workbook is a beginner's guide to EndNote. It covers creating and managing bibliographic references and using Cite While You Write.

Using EndNote Online to Manage your References

This document is intended to provide a short introduction to the online version of EndNote reference management software.

Choosing a reference manager

A self-enrol Learn course produced to support the Introduction to Reference Managers classroom course. The course will help you learn more about the different reference managers available and choose the one that is right for you.

Managing References with EndNote (Flipped Classroom)

This course uses the flipped classroom model. Attendees are expected to familiarise themselves with the basics of EndNote before the session by completing the 3 steps on this page.