The Library at University of Newcastle offers a range of classes: drop-in research sessions, using the library catalogue and databases, managing references

Library classes

The Library offers a range of classes

  • Drop-in sessions: covers Library catalogue & database searching or any library questions.
  • Using Newcat+ & Research: covers how to navigate the new Library catalogue to find journal articles, ebooks and print resources.
  • Managing your references: covers the elements of a citation for use in referencing, and also looks at the options for citation management software recommended by the Library.


Please check the calendar for a class to suit your needs. Register for a library class.

Undergraduate Students: How to Manage your citations

To assist you to correctly reference your sources, the Library offers classes in identifying the elements of a citation. If you can reference accurately, no matter what style you use, you will not lose marks allocated to referencing in your assessment tasks.

There are citation management programs which work with Microsoft Word. The following programs allow you to enter bibliographic information into a template and with a few clicks your referencing is done for you.

Each program provides the same basic features and functionality with such some exceptions. Learn how to manage your references with our guide. Individual program are below:

EndNote Online

Other assistance

As well as formal training sessions, Library staff can provide on-the-spot instruction to assist you with your research needs. Please ask at the Information Desk in any Library, or ask us a question via:


Information and support is available for Post Graduate students using EndNote for their research. If you need assistance using EndNote please contact your Faculty Librarian or Liaison Librarian at the Ourimbah Library.