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Systematic Reviews : Reference Management

A brief guide on how to conduct a systematic review.

Reference management tools will help you store, organise and format your resources. You cam save time and effort by inserting your references with ease and generating your bibliography with a click of a button. Referencing tools will play a crucial part in your systematic reviews. Some well known referencing tools available, are, EndNote, Refworks and Mendeley. For systematic reviews, we recommend using EndNote.

Why use EndNote for a systematic review?

  • Easily read, review, annotate and search PDFs in your library.
  • Create rules to automatically organize references as you write.
  • Conduct large-scale literature reviews with ease and speed using the powerful analysis tools.
  • Keep your data accurate with automatic reference and link updating.
  • Quickly deduplicate the content in your library by searching on unique identifiers.
  • Access your research anytime, anywhere from the cloud. Move seamlessly between online and the desktop and iPad applications.
  • Share some or all of your library with collaborators worldwide.
  • Provide write or read-only access to your library.
  • Track your teammates’ changes and view their activity in your shared library

For more information on EndNote, please consult the EndNote official guide and the EndNote simplified.

This LibGuide has been updated to quickly link to the product support information in the RefWorks Knowledge Center.  Use the links below to access product information and answers to RefWorks questions.

Welcome to the New RefWorks