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Systematic literature reviews can produce large result sets, and managing the results you get and referencing them in your literature review can be difficult and time consuming.
There are a number of bibliographic software packages available which allow you to export citation information from databases and organise the articles in folders around themes before exporting them to your documents, saving you a lot of work typing, copying and pasting. The University of Hull supports two such packages, Refworks and EndNote.
Use RefWorks to keep track of your research and reading and make your assignments and dissertation more manageable
For more information go to the Skills team page on Refworks
Use EndNote to keep track of your research and reading and make your assignments and dissertation more manageable.
For more information go to the Skills team page on Endnote
University of Hull referencing guidelines