Reference Management Software, like EndNote, allows you to list the resources you have read and collect together useful references from databases. When writing an assignment, you can then automatically insert in-text citations and create reference lists in the correct format.
Find EndNote software on all public workstations and use the online version wherever you are.
This guide is designed to support you through all stages of the research process.
This database is the most comprehensive available record of doctoral theses from the United Kingdom and Ireland. The collection offers the most comprehensive available listing of theses, with abstracts accepted for higher degrees by universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland, since 1716.
Research Professional is an online research funding opportunities database and alerting service. The University has a site-wide licence, so it is freely accessible to everyone at the University of Southampton.
We hope to provide you with all of the resources that you need but, if you do have to explore elsewhere, here are some websites which may help you.....
Grey literature is the term given to non-traditional publications (material not published by mainstream publishers). For example - leaflets, reports, conference proceedings, government documents, preprints, theses, clinical trials, blogs, tweets, etc..
The majority of Grey literature is generally not peer-reviewed so it is very important to critically appraise any grey literature before using it unless you are using a web site like Evidence Search.