Managing sources and references is an important part of the research process. Organising references is an ongoing task during your candidature - the weeks before the submission of a thesis are stressful enough without having to spend valuable time searching for stray references! Monash University provides free access for all students and staff to EndNote.
If you would like to discuss EndNote or cannot solve an EndNote problem using the help provided in the library guide, please contact your subject librarian.
The Library has extensive print and online resources. Research staff and students also have access to the Document Delivery Service through which you can request material not available at Monash.
An eThesis is a digital copy of your doctoral thesis. All doctoral candidates enrolling as of 1st July 2005 are required to submit an eThesis at the conclusion of their examination. The eThesis will provide a primary record for archiving purposes. Please note that candidates enrolled under a cotutelle arrangement, Staff PhD, MD (unsupervised) and MPhil degrees are exempt from submitting an eThesis. Candidates submitting an eThesis may choose to publish through the Monash University Research Repository.