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Have you subscribed to Azaria Bell’s YouTube channel yet? If you haven’t, you are missing out! She’s just uploaded a video on how to use Endnote. Check out How to get 100% on academic referencing.

Azaria, a Griffith University business student, started her YouTube channel earlier this year to share her tips and tricks on all things finance, lifestyle and study.

So far this year, she’s talked us through the must-have apps for college students, 10 things you must do before starting university, and how to stay organised (because we all need help with this, right?).

And to help us all celebrate Referencing Week this week, Azaria has just uploaded a video on Endnote. That’s right, it’s just gone up! Thanks Azaria, your video taught us a thing or two about using the popular referencing program.

So why use Endnote? Sure, you could continue to write out references manually (and this is an important skill to learn at university). But EndNote can do it all for you, in just a couple of clicks.

EndNote is Griffith’s recommended bibliographic management software to help you easily:

  • collect references
  • organise references and documents in a searchable library
  • create instant reference lists and/or bibliographies

Did we mention that Endnote is free for all students and staff? You can download Endnote through the SDS on your student Google Drive. Click here for instructions on Accessing the SDS on Google Drive.

Want help using Endnote? The library has workshops, consultations and guides to help you become an Endnote whiz. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Attend an Endnote workshop. The library is offering additional EndNote workshops this semester so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get hands-on with the referencing software. Why not attend a workshop this week?
  • Book a Consultation with a Library Specialist. Have a tricky Endnote question or just need extra special help with managing your references in Endnote? Get one-on-one assistance with a Library Specialist. Appointments are 20 minutes in length and bookings are required.
  • Check out the Endnote Self Help Guide. It provides links to workshops, getting started guides and videos, as well as Endnote installation instructions.