Tag Archives: referencing

Master referencing using Mendeley!

Mendeley is a free personal reference database program, which can be utilsed to maintain a library of references, download references from databases and integrate with Microsoft Word to insert references and create a bibliography in a document. The benefit of … Continue reading

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Fixing Google Scholar, a few changes!

Some UNE staff and students may have been frustrated at times with Google Scholar turning them away by the Google Scholar CAPTCHA mechanism. In peak times of demand, Google Scholar has denied access to those wanting to access articles because … Continue reading

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EndNote X9: Now available at UNE!

  Did you know that EndNote X9 is now available at UNE for students and staff to download? To support this new EndNote version, the Library has created a new subject guide, EndNote X9. Library EndNote workshops have also been … Continue reading

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Workshop Series: Academic Skills Office and Counselling

Throughout March, UNE’s Academic Skills Office (ASO) and Counselling service are running a series of webinars and workshops for students. On Campus sessions Monday 11 March, 12-1pm: Study Gym Wednesday 13 March, 1-2pm: Time management Thursday 14 March, 12-1pm: Planning … Continue reading

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The why and how of referencing sources

Students new to university can feel confused by the process of referencing in their assignments. Some may fail to see the importance of referencing, except perhaps as a strategy to avoid plagiarism in their writing, and some may just end … Continue reading

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