Workshop | April 11 | 12-1 p.m. | Barrows Hall, 356: D-Lab Convening Room
Karen Andrews, Sheldon Margen Public Health Library
EndNote is a citation management program that helps you organize the citations you find when doing research. It also lets you quickly insert these citations into your paper or report, converts them into any of thousands of different styles with a click or two, and creates a bibliography for you, saving hours of time when writing papers.
Bring your own laptop since you will practice some of the basic features in EndNote in this class. This training will include some hands-on learning.
During this workshop, we will cover the following topics:
* Adding references to EndNote from PubMed, Web of Science, and other databases
* Organizing your references into groups or folders
* Using EndNote with Microsoft Word to instantly add references to your document in any of 1000s of citations styles
Prior knowledge: Basic knowledge of your computer and Microsoft Word is required, but no prior experience with EndNote will be needed.
Technology requirement: Please bring your own laptop. Be sure that it has Microsoft Word loaded. You will also need to download the free trial version of EndNote (available at endnote.com) before class unless you already have this program.