5 Days of EndNote is an open online course for Swansea University students, running from Monday, 29th February to Friday, 4th March.
Each day there will be a new blog post that will talk you through EndNote Online reference management software.
You will learn how to create/import, organise and share references; create bibliographies and use EndNote within Microsoft Word to insert citations and reference lists in your assignments.
To join, please sign up to follow the blog by email.
You can also join the Twitter conversation at #su5doe.
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EndNote workshops for postgraduates this term will be held on:
Mon 15th Oct 3-4.30pm
Wed 24th Oct 1-2.30pm
Fri 2nd Nov 10-11.30am
Fri 16th Nov 11.30-1pm
Staff are also welcome to attend if you don’t mind joining in with postgrads.
EndNote is a bibliographic management package – it allows you to build up your personal database of references which can be formatted automatically in Word when you write up your thesis. It is available for use on campus or can be bought at a discounted price (currently around £69) for use at home. You can find more information about EndNote in Blackboard.
There is also a web version of EndNote – EndNote web which can be used anywhere for free during your time at Swansea although it has slightly less functionality than the full package. The workshop will introduce both versions and you can choose which you prefer to work on during the session.
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EndNote workshops for postgrads this term will be held on:
31st Jan 2-3.30 24th Feb 10-11.30 16th March 1-2.30
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL as places are limited. Please book by replying to this e-mail giving your name, department and e-mail address and saying which of the dates you prefer – you only need to come to one. The workshops are free to Swansea University postgraduates. Staff are also welcome to attend.
EndNote is a bibliographic management package – it allows you to build up your personal database of references which can be formatted automatically in Word when you write up your thesis. It is available for use on campus or can be bought at a discounted price (currently £69.44) for use at home. There is also a web version which has slightly fewer features but is free for home use. You can choose which version you prefer to look at during the workshop – our introduction will explain the differences. You can find more information about EndNote and EndNote Web on the LIS web pages: EndNote EndNote Webcontinue reading