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Getting Started with EndNote

Getting Started with EndNote

Using a citation manager like EndNote to organize your references has numerous advantages, including but not limited to...

  • Collect references as you browse the web or databases
  • Organize, highlight, and annotate your PDFs, all in one place
  • Sync between your devices
  • Automatically rename PDF files you've downloaded
  • Generate citations instantly and change style formats with a few clicks

This is a hands-on workshop, so please bring your laptop with you. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to import your existing references into the program, collect references from the library databases, and be able to generate citations using the "Cite While You Write" plugin.

If you can, please download the EndNote installation files in advance from the Software Repository.

Related LibGuide: EndNote by Siobhan McCarthy

Date:
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Time:
2:30pm - 3:45pm
Audience:
  Faculty / Staff     Graduate Students  
Categories:
  Organization  
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