Skip to main content

EndNote Guide: EndNote Styles

EndNote is a reference organiser and writing solution. It is the ideal, time-saving software to enable students to collect references and then use this library to add citations to a Word document

CDU-Harvard 2016

As the Library has created a new version of CDU-Harvard Reference Style Guide we have also updated the CDU-Harvard reference style template for EndNote. This is now included in the CDU styles folder below as well as on the Z Drive for staff access.

If you have any questions or issues please contact endnote@cdu.edu.au

CDU Reference Styles

What is a style

Output styles are files that are used to control the appearance of references in a bibliography. The name of the style refers to the journal or publisher that has defined the bibliographic format. EndNote makes thousands of styles available and you can also editing existing versions. Some of these styles come with the program and others can be downloaded from the EndNote website.

Styles can be modified and new styles can be created using EndNote's style editor.

Information on styles from UQ

EndNote styles- finding the correct style.

EndNote Output Styles

Referencing

Endnote allows you to select from a range of CDU reference styles according to whichever your School and Lecturers recommend. When you select a reference style from the available options Word will also recognise this style.

It is also important to compare your results in the CDU Referencing Guide so you are aware of the format which each example should follow.

CDU Referencing Guide

CDU Library also provides details on Plagiarism.
This guide contains links to CDU & other resources related to Plagiarism, Collusion and Cheating

AGLC and EndNote

ABN 54 093 513 649 • Privacy StatementCopyright and DisclaimerLibrary Webmaster • CRICOS Provider No: 00300K • RTO Provider No: 0373