Thursday 27 May 2021, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Open toPostgraduates, Staff, Undergraduates
RegistrationFree to attend - registration required
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Join this online workshop to learn how to get started using EndNote (Desktop), the reference manager recommended by the Library...
Join this online workshop to learn how to get started using EndNote (Desktop), the reference manager recommended by the Library.
- To produce a personal EndNote Desktop library of bibliographic information obtained directly from on-line searches and databases
- To insert citations and a bibliography in Microsoft Word from the references in your EndNote Desktop library, using the referencing format and style required by your department
- To effectively develop a research database
Introduction to the workshop: short recording
Please note in advance of the workshop there is a requirement that you undertake some pre-workshop activities that should take around 30 minutes to complete. This material will be shared on registering for the event.
- EndNote Desktop installed on your device or accessed via AppsAnywhere
- Knowledge of the referencing process
- Familiarity with electronic journal services or journal article databases (e.g. Web of Science, EBSCO databases, Pubmed, JSTOR, OneSearch etc) is useful
- In the workshop the trainers will be demonstrating on a Windows PC. Mac users you may want to familiarise yourself with using EndNote Desktop for Mac by watching this short video How to use EndNote in six minutes: macOS
Register your place to receive the link to the online workshop (delivered via Microsoft Teams), pre-workshop material, and to be included in follow up information.
Feedback from previous workshops
The most useful thing I learned in this session was how to practically use EndNote: how to export citations, manage them and import them in a word document
The pre-session activities and videos made the workshop more efficient
I liked that the trainers directly showed how to do things on EndNote and gave time to practice
John Barbrook & Lesley English