is personal reference management software available on the AUT University Network. AUT staff and students may also download it for free from the AUT University website for off-campus use.
Use EndNote to help with your referencing:
- Store, manage and organise your references
- Create bibliographies and reading lists
- Import references directly from Library databases
- Create in-text citations and a list of references as you type
This series of short video clips are based on AUT Library's introductory EndNote workshops.
Alternative to Using EndNote
Zotero is a free research tool that enables you to collect, manage, and cite your research sources. Initially Zotero worked only with the Firefox browser but the latest version, Zotero 3.0, also works with Safari and Google Chrome browsers (not Internet Explorer) and there is a standalone version too. If you wish to use Zotero as an alternative to EndNote, you can download the various necessary components from the Zotero website:
• Zotero for Firefox
• Word processor plugins for Zotero for Firefox
• Zotero Standalone
• Safari or Google Chrome connectors for Zotero Standalone
For law students: John Prebble and Julia Caldwell from Victoria University of Wellington have written Zotero - A manual for electronic legal referencing which is a comprehensive guide to using Zotero with the New Zealand Law Style. We do not currently have this referencing style in EndNote. You can download this guide from the Social Science Research Network (create a free account).
Note: The guide includes instructions for installing the following components which you will need in order to do legal referencing with Zotero:
• Multilingual Zotero Client
• Abbreviations plug-in
• New Zealand Law Style
• New Zealand abbreviations