This is a hands-on session designed to give you the essential skills to use EndNote for your research and writing. No prior knowledge of EndNote is assumed.
On completion students should be able to build an EndNote library manually or by direct export from databases; have an introduction to managing their library, use Cite While You Write to insert citations into a Word document and edit those citations.
The session will cover the following topics:
- Starting an EndNote (EN) Library
- Entering references manually into a Library
- Introduction to using styles provided with EN
- Exporting references from a database into an EN Library
- Finding full text
- Attaching files
- Introduction to managing your references: Groups, Searching, Sorting
- Using EN with Word to insert an in-text citation into a word document and produce a bibliography
- Editing citations - adding page numbers, excluding author and/or year
- Creating an independent bibliography from an EN Library
- Saving an EN Library
- Getting help
Computers (PCs) are provided in this workshop and the training will be conducted using only these computers.
*The content presented in this workshop is repeated in the EndNote: Basics - Lecture. Students should choose to attend either the workshop or lecture.
|Target Audience||All Postgraduate Research Students|
|CaRST Credit||2 hours|
|Domain||A: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities|
|Learning Outcomes||A1 and A2|
|Mode of Delivery||Face to Face|
|Pre-requisites||This session for beginners provides an introduction to the EndNote program – no previous knowledge of EN is assumed.|
|Resources||A Library Guide tutorial on using EndNote is available at: http://libguides.adelaide.edu.au/endnote|
|Evidence of Completion||The organiser will take attendance and returned a signed class list to CaRST. Attendance will be recorded online in the University Course Bookings system|
2017 Course Dates
9 February 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Hub Central - Training Room 348
|Booking||Through the University Course Bookings system.|