11:00 - 13:00, Friday, April 13, 2018 <br>11:00 - 13:00, Friday, April 20, 2018 <br>
Esk Computer Room
These workshops will cover everything you need to know about building and organising an EndNote library. The first workshop will show you how to add references and their pdfs manually and using various automated methods. That workshop also looks at ways of organising your references within the program. This second workshop covers two main features: syncing to and working with EndNote Online and using the Cite While You Write add-in to insert references into your Word documents and build a reference list automatically at the end.
By the end of the first workshop you will be able to:
Create a new EndNote library
Add references manually
Add references automatically from various sources
Attach pdf files to references
Organise your references using groups
Rate and sort references
Create an EndNote Online account
By the end of the second workshop you will be able to:
Sync an existing EndNote library with EndNote Online
Add references to EndNote Online
Select the University of Hull referencing Styles
Insert citations into Word documents (Harvard or Footnotes)
Edit citations to add page numbers
Worj with unformatted citations
Convert citations to plain text
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is aimed at anyone who wishes to automate their referencing using bibliographic software. It is primarily aimed at masters and postgraduate students but may also be suitable for undergraduates undertaking independent study or dissertations.
This workshop is run by a Library Skills Adviser
Registration has closed. (This event has to be booked as part of a series)
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