EndNote training for researchers and staff
Published Wednesday 19 April 2017
Book for Wed 26 April session
EndNote is the most well-known and established reference management software and is available on the University desktop. It is used by thousands of researchers worldwide to keep track of references. EndNote also easily creates bibliographies and adds references into Word documents.
Over the course of your research, you'll gather, read and review hundreds, if not several thousands, of references. Keeping track of large bodies of literature can be challenging for postgraduate research students and staff.
The EndNote sessions will consist of demos and practicals to help you develop your EndNote skills. Each session lasts for 2 hours.
You will learn how to:
- explore the benefits of using EndNote to manage your references
- develop skills in importing and managing references using EndNote
- insert citations from EndNote directly into Microsoft Word and create bibliographies instantly
- find full text papers
- remove duplicate references
- create groups to organise your references
No previous experience of using EndNote is necessary.
You can also find online help and tutorials on the Library's EndNote support webpages