EndNote Desktop Canvas course
Our self-enrol Canvas course, Introduction to EndNote 20, provides introductory teaching on how to:
- Create an EndNote library and import references.
- Personalise an EndNote library by using Groups to organise your references.
- Find and attach full-text to references within your EndNote library.
- Insert citations and generate reference lists/bibliographies in a specific referencing style within Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
- Sync your EndNote Desktop library with EndNote Online to manage your references from multiple devices and locations.
- Access the help and support provided by Clarivate.
EndNote Desktop Q and A session
Library Services’ Research Skills Team are offering a one-hour Q&A session via Zoom to answer any EndNote Desktop queries that arise after consulting the Introduction to EndNote 20 Canvas course.
Question & Answer session dates
Sessions will be held on the following dates. Please click the link on your preferred date to book your place via SuperSaas - you will need to register for a password if you are using this for the first time.
Topics covered could include:
- Importing references into EndNote Desktop from a database
- Organising your references into Groups
- Adding citations in Word
This workshop and the Canvas course cover topics which primarily fall under A1: Information Literacy and Management. descriptor of Vitae's Researcher Developer Framework.
PGR students and above
Our workshops and online courses are designed to be inclusive, catering for a wide range of disabilities. We provide accessible documents and a live transcript for online workshops as standard.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any additional support requirements, and we will be happy to provide assistance.
The Research Skills Team can also offer one-to-one appointments and bespoke workshops on this topic.