Skip to main content

Teaching Support: Referencing & EndNote

Curtin referencing guides

The Library has created four guides for styles commonly used at Curtin. They provide many examples of how to reference books, articles, internet sources, government publications and more.

Upcoming workshops

The Library and Learning Centre offer workshops on a range of topics including using EndNote software. All workshops are free and available to Curtin staff and students. Click on the Workshop links below to book a place!

Loading

Responsibility for referencing

Whilst the Library produces Curtin referencing guides, Library staff do not teach referencing and can only refer to the content of these guides when answering referencing queries.

Library reference staff advise students that they should check with their department or school's assignment guide as some details e.g. punctuation, may vary from the guidelines we provide. Students are also advised that all referencing queries should be handled by their Lecturers or supervisors as they are responsible for assessment.

You can link to the Curtin referencing guides in your unit outlines.

 Yellow pages by NJ (Nishanth Jois)

EndNote support for staff

EndNote is the bibliographic management software package that is provided and supported at Curtin.

Support for EndNote can be obtained in the following ways:

  • Technical support: CITS Dial 9000
  • Library support from Faculty Librarians and their teams: this includes visiting staff at their workstations to provide assistance.
  • EndNote LibGuides: EndNote X7 and EndNote Online
  • Download EndNote: go to EndNote LibGuide (above)
  • EndNote Workshops: see left hand column for current information about workshops.