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It is important to keep track of the articles you are including in your literature review:
readers should be able to identify and obtain articles referenced in your paper
you must reference in the style requested
the marking schema allocates marks to referencing
referencing protects against perceptions of inadvertent plagiarism
Reference management programs simplify this task by storing your references and automatically creating reference lists in Word, or other programs, as you write. Widely used programs include Endnote, Zotero and Mendeley.
Note that these programs are not intuitive and will require some time to learn to use. However the time saved by using them during the referencing process makes this time a worthwhile investment, and you are likely to use these programs in your future career.