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Library Subject Guides

Mechanical Engineering: Citing

A guide to finding resources and getting help for study and research in Mechanical Engineering.

Choosing a citation style

The Chemical Engineering department does not have a single preferred style, so you might want to check with your lecturer/supervisor. Some common styles include:

Author-date

Numbered

Save hours with Endnote!

Endnote is software for Windows or for MacOS that will:

  • store details about articles etc you've looked at;
  • import details about articles etc directly from major engineering databases;
  • create a citation in thousands of citation styles;
  • automatically format your bibliography in Word.

You can get the software and ask about regular Endnote tutorials at the EPS Library or read more about Endnote.

EndNote Files

Download Links

EndNote X9 for MAC OS X

EndNote X9 for Windows

EndNote 20 for Windows

You will be asked for your UC login.

To install EndNote 20 double click on the EndNote20.exe file downloaded from the above link; this will create two new files, EN20Inst.msi and License.dat. Double click on EN20Inst.msi to start the install. The license.dat file must be present in the same folder.

Your library format will change - see our Installation Notes.

EndNote X7 Overview

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