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Research impact guide: Publication lists

Managing your publication lists

You will frequently require lists of some or all of your publications at short notice for:

  • grant rounds
  • promotions
  • other applications

You can easily produce a list of your publications from within ROS. Otherwise, there are a range of bibliographic management software tools suited to this purpose. Popular tools include:

You can import the details of your publications from a range of databases into one of these bibliographic management tools. You can then create publication lists and format them in different bibliographic styles.

This type of software gives you maximum flexibility in presenting your publications because it will:

  • minimise manual data entry
  • give you flexibility to present your publication lists in different formats
  • export the publication details in the required bibliographic style and format

   Access a range of online training materials to help you master Endnote or Refworks

 

It is good research practice to keep a list of your publications up to date and ready to use.

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