This course introduces the EndNote software package, a product designed to help researchers input, store, organise, retrieve and format lists of references in a variety of discipline specific styles. We will be working with EndNote version X9.
You will know how to:
- manage and create an EndNote library
- personalise the database using a variety of features
- input references into your EndNote library using a variety of means (e.g. direct export, import filters and connect functions).
- link to non bibliographic materials such as image and full text
- output references using different styles including the simple editing of output styles
- manage term lists
Workshop - two and a half hours. Held in Nuffield G11 (R9 Campus Map)
Dates and booking
Bookings are made via SuperSaas, and you will need to create a user account if you haven't used the SuperSaas system before.
Demand is high for our face to face EndNote courses, so if you are unable to attend a workshop, please do cancel your booking so that we can offer your place to someone else.
Researchers with disabilities
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any support requirements resulting from a physical, sensory, or hidden disability, mental health, or a specific learning difficulty. We would be happy to provide assistance to ensure your time with us is enjoyable.
EndNote X9 Course Notes and Exercises (PC version) may be downloaded below:
A self-enrol EndNote Canvas course is also available.
Lynne Harris and James Barnett, for more information email the Research Skills Team