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Using EndNote for Tracking and Organizing Literature for Your Lit Review

Doctoral students frequently need dissertation help in tracking and organizing literature. It is a daunting task – after all you will likely read on average three articles a week for over a year in order to accumulate the substantial understanding of your topic on which to base your expertise. While all of these will not be used in the final review of literature, it is likely that you will need to have about 75 peer reviewed articles referenced in the literature review chapter(s).

This article discusses EndNote as a database through which you will be able to build a robust library; one that allows you to notate, sort and, later recall for writing the vast quantity of ideas you are collecting for later use in your lit review.

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