End note training

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at the first step you must learn how to write citation and referencing in your paper learn about particular citation style in this slide explain simply APA style and after that how to install the reference manager (EndNote X5).
in the next step how to export from different databases such as google scholar, EBSCO Host and Web of Knowledge. And finally after that how to use EndNote.

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End note training

  1. 1. APA Citation StyleHow to use EndNote Created by Ashkan Rangamiztousi PhD candidate in Management June 2012
  2. 2. APA is used to provide a consistent format acrossa discipline.APA stands for American Psychological Association    
  3. 3. Why Use APA Style?•  APA style has been adopted by all 27 APA journals (Msetfi,2009) and 1000 psychology journals worldwide (plus others)ü To provide a consistent format across a disciplineü To allow for readers to easily cross reference your workü  To lend credibility to your writingü  To protect yourself from plagiarism
  4. 4. Basic Source Choice•  Books•  Trade or academic magazines•  Journals•  Periodicals •  NO popular magazines •  NO encyclopedias •  NO Wikipedia articles  
  5. 5. **(Book)**Last name, First initial. (Year published). Title of the Book. Location: Publisher **(Electronic version of a Print Book)**Last name, First initial. (Year published). Title of the Book[ XXX reader version]. Retrieved from http://www.nameofsite.xxx
  6. 6. **(Journal Article)**Last name, First initial. (Year published). Title of the Journal, volume(issue), pages.(If the journal paginates continuously by volume no issue number is needed.)**( Electronicly retrieved Journal Article with no doi )**Last name, First initial. (Year published) Title of the Article. Title of the Journal, Volume(issue), page numbers. Retrieved from http:// www.nameofsite.xxx **( Journal Article with doi )**Last name, First initial. (Year published). Title of the Journal, Volume, page numbers doi:xx.xxxxxxxx  
  7. 7. **(Magazine Article)**Last name, first initial. (Year published/month). Title of the Article. Title of the Publication, Volume(edition), page numbers.**(Electronically retrieved Magazine Article)**Last name, first initial. (Year published/ month) Title of the Article. Title of the Publication, Volume(edition), page numbers. Retrieved from http://www.nameofsite.xxx  
  8. 8. (Last name, year of publication)•  Do not rename the author in the citation if you have attributed the work in the sentence.•  (Incorrect) Joseph Robertshaw said in his Power Point presentation that double naming an author was not acceptable (Robertshaw, 2010).•  (Parenthetical) Joseph Robertshaw said in his Power Point presentation that double naming an author was not acceptable (2010).•  (Textual) In 2010, Joseph Robertshaw said in his Power Point presentation that double naming an author was not acceptable.  
  9. 9. Green, Sean P., Shriberg, Donna, & Farber, Samuel. L. (2008). What’s Gender Got To Do With Teachers’ Perception of Situation Severity and Requests for Assistance. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 18, 346-373.Meyerhoff, M. (1998). Accommodating your data: the use and misuse of accommodation theory in sociolinguistics. Language & Communication, 18, 205-225.Otnes, C., Kim, K. & Kim, Y. C. (1994). Yes, Virginia, There is a Gender Difference: Analyzing Children’s Requests to Santa Claus. Journal of Popular Culture, 28.Oliver, B. (2000). Freud and the question of mediated social behaviour. Society in Transition, 31, 163-174.Phillipsen, L. C. (1999) Associations Between Age, Gender, and Group Acceptance and Three Components of Friendship Qualities. Journal of Early Adolescence, 4(1), 438-464.Ruzickova, E. (2007). Strong and mild requestive hints and positive-face redress in Cuban Spanish. Journal of Pragmatics,vol. 39, 1170-1202.Seargeant, P. (2009). Language ideology, language theory, and the regulation of linguistic behaviour. Language Sciences, 31, 345-359.Wilson, D. W. (1980). Ambiguity and Helping Behavior. New York:Penguin, The Journal of Social Psychology, 112, 155-156.Wilson, T. P. (1970). Conceptions of Interaction and Forms of Sociological Explanation. American Sociological Review, 697-710
  10. 10. List of helpful links to online APA style guides•  http://www.apastyle.org/manual/•  http://www.cws.illinois.edu/workshop/writers/ citation/apa/•  http://www.docstyles.com/archive/apacrib.pdf•  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/create- a-bibliography-HA010067492.aspx•  http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/•  http://www.lib.wsc.ma.edu/apastyle.htm•  http://www.uwsp.edu/PSYCH/apa4b.htm•  http://www.capilanou.ca/programs/psychology/ students/apa/quick-apa.html
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  13. 13. Create   2   EndNote  1   Library   3  
  14. 14. 1   Not  any  op:on  for   impor:ng  2   3   4   5  
  15. 15. 2   folder   Add  to  folder  1   Select   Export   3   4   5   6   Save   Direct  export  to   EndNote  
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  20. 20. 1   3   Cita:on  1   Cita:on  2   2  4  
  21. 21. Way   Way   1   2  
  22. 22. Single  line  spacing  0.5  in  

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