Managing your references [Distance students] a hands-on workshop using Endnote in conjunction with Library resources
This workshop is an introduction to Endnote for those with limited or no EndNote experience. We demonstrate how to set up an Endnote library, export references from the Library databases to build your library, and how to organise your library into useful subsets. Finally, we show you how to save yourself many hours of pain using the in-text citations and a bibliography tool with Microsoft Word.
Please bring your own device to this workshop to optimise your learning. EndNote software is available free for all students and can be obtained by filling out the ITS software licence agreement and returning it to the ITS desk in the Central Library. We recommend that you have EndNote installed on your machine before you attend the workshop.
For further information on this session please contact Lynne Knapp, Subject Librarian, Division of Sciences.
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Related LibGuide: Managing Your References by Justin Farquhar
- Wednesday, November 14, 2018
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm