You can save a lot of time using a reference management tool. Once you have some references in your reference library, they're easily placed in articles or power points, and the list of references will generate automatically. References can be downloaded from research article - or bibliographic databases, or manually created by the user.
SDU have brought licence to the software program EndNote for employees and students to use. For installation please follow one of these guides:
If you want to know more about Endnote here and now, you can visit Endnote's official training guide.
There are other reference management tools, e.g. Zotero og Mendeley, whose basic versions you can download for free from the Internet. The University Library only offer general support for these tools.
When writing academia, one have to live up to certain demands about citing and refering to the sources correctly. There are many standards to choose from: Vancouver, APA, MLA are just a few. Every field of study has it's preferences - and there is often an organisation behind the specific style. If you need help for a specific style, you can find many guides and tutorials online, but it is always adviceable to go to the official source. Below you can see which styles are connected to the different fields of study, and you can find links to the University Library reference resources.
|ACS||Chemistry||American Chemical Society||ACS Style Guide||E-book||Numerical1,
Numerical(1) or Name/year
|American Medical Association||AMA Manual of Style||E-book||Numerical1|
*7th is published but is not yet used at SDU.
Int. dic. HUM + SOC.SCIENCE + HEALTH
|American Psychological Association||Publication manual of the American Psychological Association 6th||Book, order in Library Catalogue||Name/year|
|APA Style 6th, blog||Blog|
|CBE||Biology||Council of Biology Editors Style Manual Committee||CBE Style Manual||Book, order in Library Catalogue||Numerical(1) or Name/year
|University of Chicago||Chicago Manual of Style||E-book||Name/year
Int. dic. SOC. SCIENCE + TECH+HEALTH
|Harvard follows the standard DS/ISO 690.
Harvard has no officiel institution (Chernin, 1988), so use the ISO standard as the set of rules.
|DS/ISO 690:2010 (English ed.)
DS/ISO 690:2013 (Danish ed.)
|Access the standard via SDUB's online ressources.
Choose SDU as institution, when you log in, then you'll reach a WAYF login, where you must use your SDU-credentials to log in with.
|Modern Language Association||MLA Handbook||Book, order in Library Catalogue||Name/year|
|MLA Style Center||Webpage|
|National Library of Medicine||Citing Medicine||E-book||Numerical(1)|
|Council of Science Editors||Scientific Style and Format||E-book||Numerical(1) or Name/year|
|International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)||Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts||Webpage||Numerical(1)|