It is important that you understand how citations and references are used in academic writing. The library has produced an online guide to citing and referencing which includes examples of different types of references and styles.
EndNote comes with a Getting Started Guide, which contains a range of detailed instructions for using EndNote.
For help with EndNote, you can first search the EndNote Help menu (shortcut key: F1), which covers a range of topics.
You can also access EndNote's Support Page, which contains guides, FAQs, contact information, and allows you to ask EndNote's user Community for help.
Crandon Services, the Australian Distributor of EndNote Software, may also be able to help.
EndNote is a database tool which:
Stores bibliographic details of the material that you have read for your assignments and theses
Imports details of material that you have found, in the library catalogue and other databases and catalogues
Automatically Creates citations, references and bibliographies for your assignments in your required style
Supports and/or Integrates with common word processor and file formats
There is a dedicated EndNote YouTube account, which has a range of useful training video clips.
Library staff run regular EndNote training workshops classes during semester.
Tourism students can register for EndNote for Arts classes via the Online Class Booking System.
For general EndNote help you can ask a librarian at your local branch of Monash University Library.
For specific advice on using EndNote for Tourism, contact: