The J. Robert Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library is offering another round of its EndNote Workshops.
EndNote is a citation management software that helps you easily create and manage bibliographic information and incorporate references into your writing. In other words, EndNote streamlines the research and reporting process.
Seating for these workshops is limited and registration is required. To register please visit: EndNote LibGuide
February 21st 2013 sessions:
EndNote Basic I: Creating and Organizing an EndNote Library
- 11:00 AM room 242
- 1 hour introductory workshop on creating and managing references using the citation management software, EndNote. EndNote allows you to easily collect, organize and use your research references.
- No prior knowledge of EndNote is necessary
EndNote Basic II: Cite While You Write (CWYW)
- 12:15 PM in room 242
- 1 hour EndNote Workshop on how to incorporate your EndNote Library citations into a written document (MS Word).
- Attendance to EndNote Basic I, or prior knowledge of building and managing an EndNote library, is recommended.
EndNote Special Topics: Managing Journal Terms List
- 1:30 PM in room 242
- 45 minute EndNote Workshop on how to manage Journal Terms List.
- Some publication submission requirements specify abbreviations for journal titles in citations while others prefer full journal titles. The EndNote Journal Terms List feature can simplify this process for you by managing both the journal title abbreviations and full titles.
- Attendance to EndNote Basic I & II workshops, or prior knowledge of creating an EndNote Library and using CWYW, is recommended.
Note: Our sessions use EndNote X6 on PCs. Laptop users are encouraged to update their versions of EndNote prior to the session. See the library’s EndNote Download page.