Introduction to end note x5

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  • One of several available packages – University also provides Reference Manager and EndNoteWeb. Free software such as Mendeley and Zotero and other products on the market egRefWorks.
  • Save time (in the long run)Keep all your references in one placeEnsure your references are accurate and correctly cited
  • EndNoteWeb allows you to transfer references between web and desktop libraries, share libraries with colleagues and Cite While You Write.
  • Direct exportOnline searchTyping references in yourself
  • Surname, First NamesOne author per lineUse commas at the end of corporate authors egWorld Health Organization,
  • Introduction to end note x5

    1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO ENDNOTE X5Presented by the Teaching and Learning Teamuml.teachingandlearning@manchester.ac.uk
    2. 2. What is EndNote?• Reference management software• Use for: • Storing and organising references • Linking to full-text articles (PDFs) • Creating citations and bibliographies in your papers
    3. 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/13888282@N02/2945026921
    4. 4. How can I access it?• Desktop software on all campus PCs• Licenses needed for personal copies • www.adeptscience.co.uk/a4e/ (for student discount) • www.itservices.manchester.ac.uk/software/• EndNoteWeb free to all staff and students • https://www.myendnoteweb.com/• VPN connection • www.itservices.manchester.ac.uk/vpn/
    5. 5. How do I use it?• Create an EndNote “library”• Add references to your EndNote library• Organise your library• Format citations and bibliographies in Word
    6. 6. ADDING REFERENCES TOYOUR ENDNOTE LIBRARY
    7. 7. Direct export• Quickest, easiest and best option if available• On many databases including: • Google Scholar • Web of Knowledge • Scopus • Proquest • Westlaw • OVID • EBSCO • … and many more http://www.flickr.com/photos/24582142@N00/4421208885
    8. 8. Online search• Connect to databases directly from EndNote• Useful for: • Adding reference data for a specific book • Searching library catalogues • “Quick and dirty” searches• Remember: • Search from a Temporary Library • Search options are quite basic http://www.flickr.com/photos/12836528@N00/4605934213
    9. 9. Typing references in yourself• Useful for: • Adding chapters from edited books as references • Adding references for websites, pamphlets, maps, tables etc.• Remember: • Author formatting • Select the appropriate reference type • If in doubt, use the Generic format http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035655711@N01/24720422
    10. 10. Import filters• Use when: • A database does not have a direct export option eg Zetoc• Remember: • Select the corresponding Import Option for each databasehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/29593256@N04/4276814949
    11. 11. ORGANISING YOURENDNOTE LIBRARY
    12. 12. Reference management• Find and remove duplicate references• Find and link PDFs of articles to references• Create Groups of references• Add your own notes to references http://www.flickr.com/photos/29036545@N00/5786393205
    13. 13. CITATIONS ANDBIBLIOGRAPHIES
    14. 14. Cite While You Write (CWYW)• Insert citations into documents• Select an output style• Edit your citations• Edit output styles• Create a standalone bibliographyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/8796961@N08/775368469
    15. 15. MANAGING YOURLIBRARY
    16. 16. Some tips• Only work from one EndNote library• Use the Compressed Library function to transfer a library to another file location• Open your library from within the EndNote software – not by double-clicking the library filename
    17. 17. Help and guidance• Use the online tutorials • http://endnote.com/training• Ask us for help • www.manchester.ac.uk/library Information Correct at October 2012 SMc – T&L Team

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