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Endnote X4 Training. Garry Storer IT Training Co- Ordinator IT Services. Managing your References . Course Content – 2 hours. http://projects.sunderland.ac.uk/studentitzone/endnote/ What is Endnote? Creating A Library Opening an Existing Library Searching & Importing References

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Endnote x4 training

Endnote X4 Training

Garry Storer

IT Training Co-Ordinator

IT Services

Managing your References


Course content 2 hours
Course Content – 2 hours

http://projects.sunderland.ac.uk/studentitzone/endnote/

  • What is Endnote?

  • Creating A Library

  • Opening an Existing Library

  • Searching & Importing References

  • Adding Notes & Attachments to references

  • Creating Groups & Adding References to Groups

  • Adding Citations to Word


1 what is endnote
1. What is Endnote?

  • EndNoteis an online search tool

    • Direct from endnote search

    • Import from Web searches into Endnote

  • EndNote is a reference and full text organizer

    • Organise into folders

    • Add notes

    • Add Attachments

    • Add Links

    • Find Source File

  • EndNote is a bibliography maker—Cite While You Write™

    • MS Word

    • OpenOffice


2 creating a library
2. Creating A Library

  • As default it will create the library on your PC.

  • Save it to a Memory Stick or Share Drive to make it portable.


3 opening an existing library
3. Opening an Existing Library

  • As default it will use the library on your PC.

  • Browse Memory Stick or Share Drive to use a saved library.


4 searching importing references
4. Searching & Importing References

  • You can search & import references in many ways. We are going to have a look at 4 ways

  • Searching directly from Endnote

  • Searching from the University Journal Search

  • Searching from Google Scholar

  • Importing from a PDF


5 adding notes attachments to references
5. Adding Notes & Attachments to references

  • The Notes, Research Notes, and Abstract fields can each hold up to 64,000 characters, which is equivalent to about 16 pages of text.

  • Use the Notes field to store personal reminders, such as the location of a quotation in a book or the quotation itself.

  • Use the Abstract field for a brief description of the contents of the work.

  • Double Click on a reference to edit the details. Go to the fields you require and type.

  • Right Click and select File Attachments to a add a file.


6 creating groups adding references to groups
6. Creating Groups & Adding References to Groups

  • Groups make it easy to break a large library into subsets for later viewing. A group simply points to a subset of references that already exist in the library.

  • Click on Create Group from the Group menu and give it a relevant name.

  • Drag & Drop references into groups to keep references organised.


7 adding citations to word
7. Adding Citations to Word

  • Open the EndNote library or libraries that contain the references you wish to cite.

  • Start Microsoft Word and open the paper you are writing.

  • When you are ready to cite a source, position the cursor in the text where you would like to put the citation.

  • Go to the Endnote Ribbon and use the Insert Citations options.

  • Select the reference style you want by using the Style drop down in the Bibliography section.


Summary
Summary

http://projects.sunderland.ac.uk/studentitzone/endnote/

  • Library of References

  • Group them to Organise

  • Search & Import references from many sources

  • Add Notes & Attachments to references

  • Add Citations to Word


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