EndNote X7: Building your Library and Cite While you Write

Endnote is a reference management application that academic writers can use to streamline and simplify the research and writing process. You can export citation information to EndNote from online searches, attach PDF files to the citations in your library, then save time by creating an automatic bibliography in Word from your EndNote library. EndNote is available free to KU graduate students, faculty and staff at: http://technology.ku.edu/endnote


Specific workshop topics include:

  • Downloading EndNote and creating your EndNote library
  • Adding references to the library
  • Organizing references in the library
  • Attaching files to EndNote references
  • Backing up your library
  • Using Cite-While-You-Write in Word to automatically create and update your bibliography

 

Category(s):
Research and Libraries
Cost:
Free

Prerequisites

No prerequisites

Course Details
When:

Feb 25, 2014
10:15 am - 11:45 am
Anschutz Instruction Center

Trainer:
Pamela Rooks
Status:
Closed

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