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Research in Education: Writing & Citing

A University of Lethbridge Library guide to resources for Education researchers.

Writing & Citing Help

There are many great resources to help you with your writing and citing.  This page highlights a small sample of what is available, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or concerns.  We're here to help!

DOI help

How do I find out if my article has a DOI?

How do I generate the stable DOI link required by APA 7th?

Click here for the Crossref Metadata search!

APA Generators & How to Fix Them

Literature Reviews

Please consult our guide to literature reviews.

Looking for sources for your literature review? Check out Oxford Bibliographies to see if your topic is covered.

Consulting the literature review section of other theses and dissertations is also a great idea.

Writing for Publication

Citing Help

Please consult our guide to Citing.  It includes information on popular styles like APA, MLA, and Chicago.

Writing Help

University of Lethbridge Writing Centre

Check out our guide to writing which features a number of excellent resources to help you at all stages of the process.

The University of Toronto's Writing Centre offers advice about writing an Academic Proposal (along with many other relevant writing help guides for graduate candidates).



Check out our guide to EndNote X9.  It includes the link to download the program.  Learning to use citation management software requires an investment of time; however, the payoff is worth it for large projects and ongoing research.  Use EndNote to store and organize your sources, generate in-text citations and your bibliography while working in your word processing program, and to store and annotate PDF files.

EndNote Training Videos

Quick Reference Guide for Mac (PDF)

Quick Reference Guide for Windows (PDF)

Click here for Paula's video on connecting EndNote to Google Scholar.

Click here for Paula's video on EndNote Review for returning Education gradudate students.

Are EndNote workshops recorded?

Although we do not record our live workshops, a self-paced online learning option is available. To view the following videos, we recommend using the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari.

EndNote Part 1: Basics (31:42)  Download slides here

EndNote Part 2: Advanced (38:51)  Download slides here

In these videos, you can Show Sidebar (next to the CC button) to display an Index and to search across the Index and Captions.