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Endnote - Advanced features

Course description

This is a practical hands-on course designed to teach more advanced techniques of using the Endnote program to store, and manage references, and to use the program to make referencing in journal articles, reports, and theses quicker and easier.

Attachments

Endnote X8 - Quick Reference Guide for Windows (online)
Endnote X8 - Quick Reference Guide for Mac (online)
Endnote X8 - How to book (online)

Type of course

Hands-on computer course

Presenters

Mustafa Ameen
Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching

Abby Witts
Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching

Who should attend

Research Higher Degree Students and Staff who have attended EndNote – Introduction or who have a working knowledge of the program.

What you will learn

In this session you will build on basic skills of using Endnote to learn:

  • What's new in Endnote
  • How to import references directly from citation and full text databases and using Google Scholar
  • How to find and attach Full Text of references
  • How to Edit Output referencing styles (including Flinders University Harvard).
  • Editing preferences of the programme to suit your needs
  • Using EndNote Web to take your citation database on the move

Prerequisites / assumed knowledge

Prior use of the EndNote program and entering references into the programme manually and using Endnote to produce a citation in word.

Recommended to have attended Endnote: Introduction