1 ENDNOTE X6 FOR HEALTH Contents Aims... 2 Further help... 2 Part A - Adding references to an EndNote library Opening EndNote and creating an EndNote library Importing/exporting references to your EndNote library... 3 a) Importing references into EndNote from Medline... 3 b) Importing references into EndNote from PubMed Notes on manually adding references to your EndNote library... 6 Part B Working with Word Creating a bibliography with EndNote Formatting a bibliography with EndNote Further notes on working with EndNote and Word... 8 a) Locating references in EndNote from Word... 8 b) Citing page numbers... 8 c) Excluding the author from your citation... 8 d) Editing output styles... 9 Part C Managing your EndNote Library Top tips Adding notes and keywords Using groups Checking for duplicates Linking to PDFs and other documents Part D Optional Exercises Exporting from Google Scholar Exporting from the Library catalogue Finding new and updated filters for exporting from databases Document templates Appendix - Exporting from Cochrane Library, CINAHL and Popline Cochrane Library CINAHL Popline... 15
2 EndNote X6 for Health Page 2 of 15 If you require this information in an alternative format (i.e. large print, Braille or audio format), please contact any library enquiry desk or telephone (0113) and staff will make the necessary arrangements. EndNote helps you collect and store all the references you have found from different sources. With a few clicks of the mouse, you can use your EndNote library to create bibliographies in your Microsoft Word documents and reformat them into your chosen referencing style. Reference Manager and ProCite are similar products from the same company. If you have been using one of these products and wish to change to EndNote, you should be able to import your files into EndNote using the appropriate import filter. EndNote is available on the ISS desktop. Students (not staff) can also use EndNote via Desktop Anywhere, which offers remote access to selected University software. For more information, see A personal copy can be bought from the Adept Scientific website see Aims By the end of this workbook you will know how to: Create an EndNote library Use your EndNote library to create a bibliography in Microsoft Word 2010 Add references into your EndNote library Organise your Endnote library effectively About this workbook This workbook assumes you are using EndNote with Word 2010 Things that you need to type are displayed in Courier New bold font Instructions assume that you are using Internet Explorer (the ISS supported Web browser) Further help If you have completed this workbook and need further help you can try the following: 1. EndNote comes with a large PDF manual explaining everything you might want to know about the software. The manual is available from Start > All Programs > Miscellaneous > EndNote > EndNote Help (or the folder on your own PC where EndNote has been installed e.g. C > Program Files > EndNoteX6) 2. The software suppliers maintain a site, including online discussion forums, at 3. The Library maintains some support pages for EndNote at 4. Your Faculty Team Librarian can provide support on using EndNote with databases in your subject area for contact details see:
3 EndNote X6 for Health Page 3 of 15 Part A - Adding references to an EndNote library 1. Opening EndNote and creating an EndNote library Note: these instructions describe using EndNote version X6 on a computer in an ISS cluster. Exercise 1 To open EndNote, click on Start and select All Programs > Miscellaneous > EndNote > EndNote X6 If an Endnote Web window opens, click Cancel. Once EndNote is open, click Create a new library or you can do this by going to File and then New. Name your file practice.enl and save it to your M:drive Now close your EndNote library and the EndNote software. 2. Importing/exporting references to your EndNote library You can send your search results straight to your EndNote library from most databases. Some databases have an export feature which automatically transfers your database search results straight into your library. Other databases only allow you to save your results as a text file which you can then import into your EndNote library. Medline (the major medical database) and the Pubmed version of this database have automatic export features. In the next exercise you will have a chance to practice exporting from Medline and Pubmed. You will be sending some of the same references into your EndNote library so that you can practice removing duplicates later on. Note Medline is an Ovid database, therefore the instructions below apply to all Ovid databases such as Global Health and Embase. To use one of these alternative Ovid databases, simply change the name of the database you search for in the library catalogue. a) Importing references into EndNote from Medline Exercise 2a Go to the Library homepage: Use the catalogue search box to search for Medline. Select Medline from the results list. Then click on the blue link Medline -- Ovid Databases. Log in using your ISS username and password if prompted. In the alphabetical list, find and click on the link to the most recent section of Medline - Ovid MEDLINE(R) 1996 [present day] You should now be on Medline s advanced search screen. In the search box type acute kidney failure and click on Search
4 EndNote X6 for Health Page 4 of 15 Choose which results you want to keep you can tick individual results or tick the box to the top left of your list of results to select all of them (next to where it says Select Range). Tick a couple of your results. Then, click on the Export option on the bar above your main list of results. This should open a window. Click on the drop down menu called Export to: and choose EndNote Under Select Fields to Display, choose how much of each reference you want to keep. For this exercise, the second option Citation + Abstract will be sufficient. This will export details of the author, title and source of your results as well as the summary paragraph. Then click Export Citation(s) If a security box pops up, just click Allow You may need to select EndNote (rather than Reference Manager etc) in another box if you are given a choice of destination software. Click EndNote and OK. The EndNote software should open automatically, and your references should be brought over into the library you have open. If you didn t have a library open at the time, you would be prompted to choose one (you need to have created one before you try to export results). If you get an error message, close your EndNote library and try the export again. EndNote sometimes asks you to choose the correct filter so that it knows how to format the incoming search results. This will enable EndNote to correctly display the author, title, journal title etc. information in your library. If you are prompted, you should choose Medline (OVIDSP) as this is the database (and provider) we have been using. Then click Choose. Note that filters exist for the majority of databases. NOTE: THE DOWNLOAD PROCESS CAN TAKE A FEW MINUTES, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE WORKING WITH LARGE NUMBERS OF REFERENCES. NOTE: Initially, only the most recently added references are visible. Any other references you may have stored in your library are still saved but aren't displayed. Along the bottom of the window you can see the total number of references stored in your library. To see all references in the file at once select References on the toolbar then Show All References. The contents are sortable by clicking on a column heading (Author/Year/Title etc). Clicking on a column heading again reverses the sort option. You can adjust the width of your columns to make data more visible. Place your cursor (mouse) between two column headings and when it turns from a pointer into a cross, click and drag to the sides to resize. You can also choose which fields are visible to do this, go to Edit > Preferences and click on Display Fields. Here, you can choose which fields of information are displayed, and in which order they appear. You can even re-label the field headings by typing an alternative into each Heading box.
5 EndNote X6 for Health Page 5 of 15 b) Importing references into EndNote from PubMed PubMed has an automatic export feature. Select Citation manager from the Send to menu to automatically export your references into your endnote library. Exercise 2b In the search box, type acute kidney failure and click on Search (note: you get a different number of results than you did in Medline because the databases carry out their searches in a completely different way). For this exercise, we will just keep the first 10 records, so put a tick in the boxes to the left of the first 10 results. 1. Above your first result there is a Send to: menu click on the arrow to the right From the options that appear, select Citation Manager. Then select Create File The EndNote software should open automatically, and your references should be brought over into the library you have open. If you didn t have a library open at the time, you would be prompted to choose one (you need to have created one before you try to export results). Initially you will only see those newly added references - to see all references in your EndNote library click on All references down the left hand side.
6 EndNote X6 for Health Page 6 of Notes on manually adding references to your EndNote library As you have already seen, many databases have the ability to automatically transfer any results you find straight into your EndNote library. However, not all databases or other search tools have this feature. Also, you might already have some references that you want to add, so sometimes you will need to type in your references by hand. Guidelines for entering new references: To add a new reference, go to References and click New Reference Remember to select the appropriate option from the Reference Type: drop down menu before entering any details. If you don't, the correct field titles (Author, Journal, Volume, etc) will not be available and your bibliography will not format properly Authors can be entered in the format Bloggs, Jo C. or Jo C. Bloggs but be consistent You need to enter your references using capital letters where you would want them to appear in your citations (e.g. Bloggs, Jo C not BLOGGS, JO C. or bloggs, jo c) Organisation names must be followed by a comma e.g. Department of Health, otherwise EndNote will assume the last word is an author s surname and your citations will appear as (Health 2005) instead of (Department of Health 2005) Where there is more than one author these should be entered on separate lines (use the return key after each author name) Red text indicates a name which has not been entered into this EndNote library file before You can move between fields by using the tab key or by clicking on each field with your mouse When you have typed in all the details for e.g. a book, close the New Reference window by clicking in the top right hand corner. This saves and files the reference in your library. Take care to just close down the window you have been typing into and not the whole EndNote program.
7 EndNote X6 for Health Page 7 of 15 Part B Working with Word Creating a bibliography with EndNote The real power of EndNote is using it in combination with Word, to add references to your text and to create a bibliography at the end. EndNote has a feature called Cite While You Write which starts creating your bibliography as soon as you insert your first reference into a Word document. Word 2010 has an EndNote tab which allows you to work between your Word document and the references in your EndNote library. Exercise 3 Open Word 2010 from under Start > All Programs > Microsoft Office 2010 > Microsoft Office Word 2010 In your document, type some example text just so that you can practice inserting some citations into it. In Word, look at the toolbar at the top and click on the EndNote X6 tab You should now be able to see these buttons: You can use the button to switch back into EndNote at any time. Go to your EndNote library now and highlight a reference of your choice by clicking on it once. Go back to the window with your Word document open and place your cursor exactly where you would like to insert the citation in the body of the text, making sure you leave a space on each side as necessary. Click on and then on to insert the reference. Word and EndNote will automatically format the reference, and insert a bibliography at the end of your document. This may take a few minutes the first time you import a reference into your word document. If new citations added to your text are not automatically appearing in your Bibliography, click on the button to the right of Bibliography in the EndNote toolbar (see screen shot). Go to the Instant formatting tab, and select Turn on instant formatting. Future references should now appear automatically in your bibliography.
8 EndNote X6 for Health Page 8 of Formatting a bibliography with EndNote Exercise 4 To reformat your Word document s bibliography so it uses a different referencing (or output ) style you need to use the EndNote tab. In the Bibliography section which displays at the top of your screen you will see a drop down style box, as in the next image: You can select one of the styles listed (these are just the most popular), or click on Select Another Style to see all available styles. This will bring up another box with thousands of other styles to choose from. Note that you can sort the styles alphabetically by clicking on Name. You may notice that there are several versions of the Harvard style available. The style called LeedsUniHarvard matches the guidance on the Library webpages for the Harvard style (based on the British Standard for Harvard). For further referencing information see the Library referencing webpages: Confirm OK and the citations and bibliography will be reformatted. This may take a few seconds. 3. Further notes on working with EndNote and Word a) Locating references in EndNote from Word To search for a particular reference in your EndNote library whilst inside Word, first put the cursor where you want to insert the citation, and then use the icon. For example, try searching for articles by Smith, select Insert to add the reference to your Word document. b) Citing page numbers In some instances, you may need to include page numbers in your citation (for example if you have used a direct quote). To do this you need to: 1. Highlight the citation 2. In the EndNote X6 tab in Word, choose Edit and Manage citation(s) 3. In the suffix box (not the pages box), enter the page number, e.g. p.23. (You may need to precede p. with a space and a comma so there is a gap and comma between the year and page numbers) 4. Click OK. In earlier versions of Word, you can use the Edit citation button on the EndNote toolbar to achieve the same result. c) Excluding the author from your citation In some cases you might want to exclude the author (for example if the author's name appears naturally in the text - "Smith (2005, p.21) asserts...")
9 EndNote X6 for Health Page 9 of Highlight the citation 2. In the EndNote X6 tab in Word, choose Edit and Manage citation(s) 3. Next to the word Formatting, open the drop-down menu and select Exclude author (you can also choose to exclude the year or have the citation appear as a reference in your bibliography only) 4. Click OK. d) Editing output styles If you have your own copy of EndNote, you can edit the styles and make them look exactly the way you want them. For example, you can change a citation number in the text to superscript 1 in a style that is usually in brackets (1), or change the numbers of multiple authors appearing in the text or bibliography. Information about editing output styles and other more advanced help can be obtained from the Endnote support webpages maintained by the library: Part C Managing your EndNote Library 1. Top tips Use only 1 EndNote Library with any given Word document. If you try and take references from more than one Library for the same document you will encounter difficulties in formatting and ordering your references. Organise your records within your EndNote Library by making use of groups, and fields for adding notes and keywords. Always be consistent when putting information into these fields. Be consistent in your use of Reference type when adding new references. 2. Adding notes and keywords It is good practice when exporting/importing references to add a note to the records so that you can identify where they came from, or what you plan to do with them. Exercise 5 If you return to the practice.enl EndNote Library you created earlier you should be able to see only those references that you imported from PubMed. You can move between the references you have just imported and your existing references using the options in the Groups column to the left of the screen. The import group in the Groups column only contains the last set of references you imported. If you import a new set of references, the import group will contain only the new set of references. Therefore you should add notes to groups of imported records as you import them. To add a note to all of the references you have imported, which are visible in the window, go to Tools, then Change/Move/Copy Fields. On the Change Fields tab, choose Notes from the drop down menu, then type into the box acute kidney failure PubMed and today's date. Click on OK, and confirm when asked by selecting OK again. Open one of the references by double clicking on it and scroll down to check your entry in the Notes field. Close the reference.
10 EndNote X6 for Health Page 10 of 15 To add a note to some of the references which are visible in your window, hold down the Control key as you click on those references to which you wish to add a note in order to highlight them. On the toolbar click on References, Show Selected References, so that only those references to which you wish to add a note are visible. To add a note to these references, go to Tools, then Change/Move/Copy Fields. On the Change Fields tab, choose Notes from the drop down menu, then type in your note. Click on OK, and confirm when asked by selecting OK again. To add a note to just one reference, double click on the reference to which you wish to add a note. This opens the reference and you can navigate to the Note field to add a note. There are a variety of other fields that you can use to add information to your references e.g. keywords, Custom 1 etc. 3. Using groups EndNote X6 also allows you to add references to groups. If you are using one library to work on several projects this can be a very useful tool. References can belong to more than one group. Exercise 6 In EndNote, from the toolbar, click on Groups, then Create Group. Under My Groups in the left hand column you will see an entry called New Group. You can overwrite this with your own group name, eg. kidney failure. To add references to your new group select the references you wish to add by highlighting them (hold down the Control key as you click to select multiple references). Then right click on one of the highlighted references and select Add references to > [Your group name]. These references will then be added to the group. If you wish to add all references visible in the window on the toolbar go to Edit, then Select All. Click on Groups in the toolbar, then Add references to. Click on the name of the group to which you wish to add the references you have selected. Right click on the group name, select Add references to > [your group name]. To remove references from a group, open the group by clicking on it. Highlight the references you wish to remove, and from the Groups option on the toolbar, click on Remove References from Group. Even if you remove references from the group, they will remain in the All References part of your EndNote library unless you delete them from there.
11 EndNote X6 for Health Page 11 of Checking for duplicates If you import from more than one set of results, you may end up with some duplicate references in your library. EndNote can help to remove them. Exercise 7 In EndNote select the References menu and choose Show All References. Again, select the References menu, then Find Duplicates. If any duplicates are found, the Find Duplicates box opens. At the top of the box there is a message telling you how many duplicates have been found. The box then displays the duplicate items side by side, inviting you to select which one to keep. For the item you keep, click on Keep This Record. If you want to delete all duplicates at once rather than individually, close the Find Duplicates box and any duplicates found will be highlighted in grey in the main window. To clear them all choose Clear from the Edit menu and confirm OK when asked. Use References > Show All References to display the de-duplicated contents of your library afterwards. Note: EndNote will not always manage to find every duplicate reference - different formats for author names, page numbers and journal title abbreviations can all cause duplicates to be missed. If you encounter this problem, either: Sort the library by author or title to spot duplicates by eye or: Because EndNote identifies duplicates by looking for identical information in selected fields, you can try changing the fields it looks in by going to Edit, Preferences, Duplicates and ticking/unticking fields as required. EndNote identifies duplicate references in a library as references of the same reference type with matching Author, Year and Title fields. It is possible therefore that one of the duplicates may contain more detail than another, and you therefore may have a preference as to which reference you keep.
12 EndNote X6 for Health Page 12 of Linking to PDFs and other documents If you have a PDF copy of an article already stored somewhere on your PC, you can link it to a reference in your EndNote library and then gain quick access to that PDF from inside the EndNote record. The easiest way to do this is to highlight the chosen reference, then right click and choose File attachments > Attach file and navigate to where you have saved the PDF file. If you want to try saving a PDF article to your PC and then attaching it to an EndNote record, try this exercise. Exercise 8 Go to the Library homepage: In the Library catalogue search box, select TITLE from the drop down menu next to the search box and type Science Direct. On the catalogue results page, click Science Direct (the first result) and then in the item record click on the Resource home: Science Direct link. This will take you to the main search page for Science Direct. [You may need to enter your ISS username and password.] In the all fields box on the top left panel in the database, type dinosaurs and click on Search. Save one of the PDF files listed by using the right-mouse button to select the PDF link and choose Save Target As. Save it to your M: drive, naming it dinosaurs.pdf. Go back to EndNote. In your own library (or practice.enl library), highlight a reference. Right click on it, and choose file attachments, then attach file, the find the dinosaurs.pdf file and click on Open. Important note: By default EndNote will make a copy of the file and place it in a folder associated with your EndNote Library. If you just want to link to the original make sure you untick the box marked copy this file to the default file attachment folder and create a relative link EndNote will give an icon of the PDF document. Check that the document opens by double clicking the icon. You aren t restricted to linking to PDF files, you could also link to Word files, Excel files etc.
13 EndNote X6 for Health Page 13 of 15 Part D Optional Exercises 1. Exporting from Google Scholar Note that you can only export references one at a time, so it is not suitable to support comprehensive literature searching. You will need to update your preferences inside Google Scholar before you can send any references to EndNote. Follow these steps to configure Google Scholar to send references to EndNote: 1. Go to the Google Scholar homepage at 2. Click on the "Settings" link 3. Under "Bibliography Manager", select the option "Show links to import citations into" and choose "EndNote" from the menu 4. Click on the "Save" button Follow these steps to import search results into EndNote: 1. After performing a search on Google Scholar, click on the "Import into EndNote" link for the reference you want to import 2. If you are presented with a window asking if you want to "Open" or "Save" the file, choose to open the file 3. A security box will appear. Click Allow to allow the reference to be imported. 2. Exporting from the Library catalogue See instructions for exporting from the Library catalogue on our website here 3. Finding new and updated filters for exporting from databases EndNote uses filters to help it interpret the references you import from other sources. You should check the EndNote web site for new/updated filters if you find that: the filter for the database you want to use is not working properly (information is missing from your references or being put in the wrong place) the filter you need does not appear in the list of choices at the point of import Exercise 9 Before you download any filters, you need to create a folder called filters somewhere on your PC (e.g. M drive) this is necessary because unless you are using your own personal copy of EndNote, you don t have permissions to save anything in the folder where all the other filters are. Click the windows start menu button at the bottom left of your screen, select Computer. Select your M drive, then right click and select File > New > Folder and name it filters. Now go to the EndNote web site at: Put your cursor over Downloads (at the top of the screen) and click on Filters.
14 EndNote X6 for Health Page 14 of 15 The easiest way to find your filter is to type in the name of the database provider (e.g. type in OvidSP to find the latest filters for Medline, Embase or PsycINFO). Click on Apply. Alternatively you can browse the list by Provider name to find the filter you want. When you find the one you need, click on the Download link on the right side of the screen. Choose to Save it to the filter folder you just created. Now, because this filter is not saved in EndNote s usual filter folder, you need to tell it to look in a new location when it s time to use this new filter. Inside EndNote, go to Edit > Preferences and click on the Folder Locations option. In the centre of this new window, under Filter Folder: click on Select Folder. Use the Look in: drop down menu to navigate to the part of your PC (e.g. M drive) where you created the filter folder at the start of this exercise. Navigate to the filter folder you created and then double click on it. Click on Select and then click on OK. When you come to download references from the corresponding database, EndNote will now look for a filter in your own filter folder. NB Don t forget to change the folder location back to EndNote s original filter folder when you want to use the filters that come with the EndNote software. 4. Document templates EndNote has a range of document templates you can use with Word to help you produce articles in the formats required by publishers. This combines well with the way EndNote can manage your references to speed up the submission of articles, as long as there's a template for the journal you are publishing in. Exercise 10 In EndNote, select Tools, then Manuscript Templates. Open the template for a journal you are interested in. You can then either follow the steps in the Wizard to get started, or click Finish to edit the document manually. You will see the different sections of the article laid out (title, abstract, etc) in the style of the journal selected. Before submitting articles to publishers, or sending a document to a colleague who doesn't have EndNote installed you may need to click on the option to Remove Field Codes. This will remove EndNote formatting from your document, but leave the citations and bibliography intact. Once you have done this you will no longer be able to reformat the citation and bibliography format so you may wish to save a copy with the field codes intact first.
15 EndNote X6 for Health Page 15 of 15 Appendix - Exporting from Cochrane Library, CINAHL and Popline Cochrane Library 1. Carry out your search 2. Select the results you want to keep by either ticking individual results and clicking on Export selected or click on Export all 3. Choose your export options in the small window that opens leave the Export type as PC change File type to Citation and Abstract click Export Citation click Save save the text file to your preferred location on your PC 4. Open your EndNote library (or create a new one File > New) In EndNote, go to File > Import > File In the new box click on Choose and navigate to where you just saved your text file For Import Option choose Cochrane Library (Wiley) if it doesn t appear as an option click on Other Filters in the drop down menu to find it Leave the other two options as they are (or you can choose Discard Duplicates) and click on Import CINAHL 1. Carry out your search 2. If you are inside an individual article s record or if you have added your results to the folder feature inside the database you can click on Export on the right of the screen 3. Choose the option: Direct Export in RIS Format and click on Save 4. EndNote should open and import your results automatically Popline 1. Carry out your search 2. You can either export all your search results (but note there is a maximum of 1000 at a time) or add individual results to My documents and export from there (personal account required, see When you have decided, find and click on the appropriate RIS option (under Export search results or Export My Documents ). 3. Wait while your file is created. When the File download box appears, click Open. 4. Choose to send to EndNote if prompted to choose software. Click Ok. If a security box appears, click Allow. 5. EndNote should open and automatically drop your references into your existing EndNote library.
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Reference Management using EndNote Ulrich Fischer 02.02.2017 1 By the way any technique may be misused Therefore, do not import all the references you can find. consider creating different reference lists
EndNote X8 Basic Course Course Objectives At the end of this class you will be able to: Download and install EndNote. Create EndNote libraries, enter references manually, and import references from (UL)
Using EndNote 6 to create bibliographies What is EndNote? EndNote is a program for storing bibliographic references and organising them into a bibliography in any order and/or referencing style you choose.
DIVISION OF LIBRARY SERVICES EndNote X7 Mac CSU User Manual Contents EndNote X7 Mac CSU User Manual... 1 Part 1 Creating and Managing your EndNote Library... 3 Getting Started... 3 Build your Library...
E n d N o t e X 7 B a s i c s Health Sciences Library System University of Pittsburgh Instructors Andrea Ketchum, MS, MLIS / email@example.com Patricia Weiss, MLIS / firstname.lastname@example.org Health Sciences Library
Getting Started EndNote X2 Carole Gall Doug Bartlow Getting Started with EndNote (Carole Gall Doug Bartlow) EndNote is a bibliographic program that will, in a variety of formats and styles, search online,
Guide to EndNote X7 Citation Management Software: The Basics For Windows Users About EndNote: EndNote is a software program that allows users to search, retrieve, and store reference citations from bibliographic
USING ENDNOTE ON A MAC (with APA examples) Version 1 1. STORING REFERENCES... 2 1.1 Setting referencing style... 2 1.2 Primo search adding one record to EndNote... 2 1.3 Primo search adding multiple records
EndNote X6 Basics Health Sciences Library System University of Pittsburgh Instructors Linda M. Hartman, MLSemail@example.com Andrea Ketchum, MLIS / firstname.lastname@example.org Melissa Ratajeski, MLIS, RLAT / email@example.com
PART 1: Setting up your EndNote Library 2 Creating an EndNote Library 2 Compressing your EndNote Library 3 Entering References into an Endnote Library 3 Importing References into an EndNote Library 4 PDF
[Type here] Managing your References using EndNote X7 (PC): getting started This workshop is an introduction to using EndNote X7 on a Windows PC. EndNote is a bibliographic database program designed to
King Abdulaziz University Center for Teaching & Learning Development Done by: Jamilah Al-Amri Introduction EndNote is a software program, available for Windows and Macintosh, used to manage bibliographic
EndNote Basics 1 EndNote Basics Fall 2010, Room 14N-132 Peter Cohn, firstname.lastname@example.org, x8-5596 MIT Libraries Overview Bibliographic Software tools help you manage and publish personal information. Hands-on
Selected Databases and EndNote Created 06/10/2011 Downloading References from Selected Databases to EndNote American Chemical Society Journals 3 American Physical Society 5 Cambridge Journal Online 6 Cochrane
What is EndNote? EndNote is a program that helps you collect, organize, and use bibliographic references. Use EndNote to connect to the UVM library catalog or to other online databases and download references
Helen Hathaway Library Section name Desktop EndNote guide 5 Using term lists For EndNote version X7 This guide will introduce you to EndNote s Term Lists facility to aid consistency and automatically apply
EndNote X6 (Word 2010) Learning objectives: At the end of the course you will be able to: Use EndNote to store details of material you have read Import records from Library databases Use the group options
USING ENDNOTE X4: ADVANCED SKILLS EndNote is a bibliographic management software package designed specifically to handle citation information. It can be used: to keep track of references to cite references
How to use EndNote Library April 2010 Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 WHAT IS ENDNOTE? 1 1.2 WHAT TO EXPECT IN THIS HANDOUT? 1 2. ENDNOTE ON YOUR PC 3 3. CREATING AND USING AN ENDNOTE LIBRARY 4
Endnote Training (Desktop Client Version) Brian Erb Brian.Erb@colostate.edu 491-1831 EndNote is a program that allows you to collect bibliographic references in a library, organize and manage those references,
1 A GUIDE TO USING ENDNOTE Need help? Email email@example.com Introducing EndNote EndNote is computer software that allows you to: save references from online searches; manually enter references;
1 A GUIDE TO USING ENDNOTE Need help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Introducing EndNote EndNote is computer software that allows you to: save references from online searches; manually enter references;
USING ENDNOTE X2 SOFTWARE EndNote X2 is a bibliographic management software and is used to: 1. create bibliographic records of the materials that you have read or selected for your assignments or projects;
Microsoft Office Word 2016 for Mac Tools for Your Research Paper University Information Technology Services Learning Technologies, Training & Audiovisual Outreach Copyright 2016 KSU Division of University
Information Literacy Program EndNote for ipad Quick Reference Guide 2015 ANU Library anulib.anu.edu.au/training email@example.com Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Getting started... 1 What is EndNote?...
USQ Library INTRODUCTION TO ENDNOTE WORKBOOK Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Version 6 Apr 2015 University of Southern Queensland INTRODUCTION... 4 PART 1 The EndNote Library... 5 How to get started... 5 Create
Norwegian Centre for Human Rights University of Oslo EndNote (version X7) April 2014 Kirsten Fuglestved Senior Librarian email@example.com Postal address: Postbox 6706 St. Olavs plass 5 0130
INTRODUCTION TO ENDNOTE What is it? EndNote is a bibliographic management tool that allows you to gather, organize, cite, and share research sources. This guide describes the desktop program; a web version
EndNote X7 CWYW in Word 2008/2011 (Mac) TSRI, 400- S firstname.lastname@example.org 858-784- 8705 A. Adding citations in Word: 1. Use the Find Citations tool to search for and insert a reference from your library.
Using the TB Manual Template GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS The TB manual template is a set of Word documents. The 00_contents file is the table of contents for the entire template. The files for each section is
Using the Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 3rd ed. (AGLC3) with EndNote X6 1. INTRODUCTION... 2 1.1 About this Guide... 2 1.2 Terminology... 2 1.3 Downloading the AGLC3 Output Style for EndNote... 2
Guide to EndNote X7 MAC-version University Library of Stavanger 2016 Contents EndNote... 3 Installing and setting up EndNote... 3 Use Firefox as browser!... 4 Glossary... 4 Your library... 4 Modes... 5
Bibliographic Compass Ângela Santos Neves Cláudia Basto Joana Matos da Silva Making References EndNote References manager References creation Software for automatic generation of bibliographies, by managing
Write-N-Cite 4 Prepared by John Steenwinkel Erasmus University Library October 2015 Page 2 of 13 Contents About Write-N-Cite Version 4 3 What does Write-N-Cite do? 3 Where do you get it? 3 Improvements
Creating an Account Create an Account on EndNote Basic 1. Connect to My EndNote Basic (https://projectne.thomsonreuters.com/#/login?app=endnote) from a computer on the UNCW network. 2. Click the Sign Up
1 Introduction to EndNote Web for UF/IFAS Faculty By Brian Gray, email@example.com, 352 392 1784 IFAS Dean for Research Office What is This Document? This document will provide you with an introduction to
MODULE LABORATORY EndNote Reference Manager and Literature Searching Name of Course/ Module Course Code Semester and Year offered Credit Value : CRP V : C10A.117 : 5 and 3 rd year : 1 SCU Learning Objective
ProQuest Several databases the Library subscribes to are through ProQuest including Dissertations & Theses @ The College of St. Scholastica, Nursing & Allied Health Source, and Newspapers including Newsstand
Norwegian Centre for Human Rights University of Oslo How to use EndNote (version X7) 2015 Kirsten Fuglestved Senior Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org Postal address: Postbox 6706 St. Olavs plass
EndNote X8 and EndNote Online Ans Brouwer, Marianne Renkema, Marco van Veller, Nina Koele 2017 WUR Library Publisher WUR Library Acknowledgement Authors Ans Brouwer, Marianne Renkema, Marco van Veller,
Thieme Dissector Manual Contents About the Thieme Dissector Important Notes Overview Organizing and Editing Content Getting Started Manage Content Page Editing Text in Editing Mode Notes on Images Notes
EndNote Web (See EndNote Download for instructions on using that version) EndNote is software that can organize, store, and input citations into Word documents to help you with your research. The College
Bibliographic data management with RefWorks for beginners Agenda Creating a RefWorks account Creating folders Searching online information in RefWorks Getting your references into RefWorks SUNSearch EbscoHost