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  • The Tao of EndNote is Scholarly Joy. Research Simplified Using EndNote Denise O’Shea, Systems Librarian, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • B egin research with EndNote
    • Use EndNote for bibliographies, in citing footnotes or endnotes
    • EndNote organizes citations from journals, books, government sources, websites and databases saved during research
    • EndNote is keyword searchable
    • Free: for students, faculty and staff at FDU
  • Installing Endnote on your computer
  • Downloading EndNote X1 (Ten One)
    • First, uninstall old version
    • Close all applications.
    • Go to the Start menu -- Control Panel – Add or Remove Programs.
    • Select the previous version of EndNote and click "Remove."
    • FDU EndNote download site:  
    • https://isweb.fdu.edu/secure/download/endnote_download.html Read entire screen before download
    Your Questions Here: Run or Save this program? Save Publisher is not recognized. Continue? Yes
  • Using Endnote for the first time
  • Step #1 Open EndNote
    • Before you do any research, create an EndNote Library
    • Open EndNote by clicking on the icon
    • You can make it a shortcut on your desktop
  • Create a new EndNote Library Name it as you like Libraries have .enl
  • The name for the new EndNote library (Creativity.enl) contains no citations. We will add them from the database searching. Select citation style by clicking “ Select Another Style” and click your choice of styles. The example we’ll use is APA creativity.enl
  • To select preferences for EndNote functions and display, click Edit and select Preferences while in EndNote Arial Unicode MS is recommended by the online tutorial. Find EndNote Tutorials at: http://endnote.com/training/
  • Importing References from Database Search Results
  • What to Remember:
    • Open EndNote and Your EndNote Library
    • Search for articles in a database
    • Mark the articles you want to use
    • Export the citations to EndNote Library
  • Time for research
    • Open EndNote library
    • Go to FDU Library Homepage http://library.fdu.edu
    • Click FDU Online Library from the menu in the left hand column
    • Select an individual database that fits your research needs
    • Note: if you would like a refresher on literature searches, call the Reference department at 201-692-2100 (Metro), or 973-443-8516 (College at Florham).
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  • Proquest research library Topics covered include arts, business, children, education, general interest, health, humanities, international studies, law, military, multicultural studies, psychology, sciences, social sciences, and women's interests.
  • 1) Search 3) Export 2) Mark
    • Export directly to EndNote
    Use the drop down menu to select the directory and file into which the marked citations will be exported.
  • Exported Citations
    • Click on References from Endnote and select Show All which will put all your citations into one list
  • But, where are the references from my last search go? Downloaded references from Proquest database Click “ Show All References ” under References on the EndNote toolbar. Notice “Sort References.” Try sorting by Reference Type and you will have one list of all citations arranged by Book s, Journal s, URL , Reference type .
  • Research Notes in the EndNote record can hold up to 10 pages of full text or of your own notes.
  • 3 Ways to get references into your EndNote Library
    • From a Database (EJS; Proquest; Academic Search Premier; library catalog and more) 1) search 2) mark 3) export references to EndNote
    • Manually enter information into EndNote (adding non-electronic sources to EndNote: print, interviews, exhibits, your notes, etc.)
    • From EndNote connect to library catalog or databases: 1) search 2) mark 3) import references into EndNote
    • Option 3 is not recommended
  • Entering References Manually Start EndNote and open your library Click: References  New Reference Click: Reference Type menu and select the type of information you are entering. New Reference Window: Enter info where you want it. You don’t have to use every category. More than one author? give each a separate line in the Author Field . Remember that the Research Notes Field can store up to 10 pages of your notes, or full text articles, quotations, etc. Add an Image in the Image Field .. one image per reference, however.
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  • Google Scholar and Citation Links
    • scholar.google.com
    • “ Scholar Preferences ” to the right of search window
    • Don’t forget to Find Library -Fairleigh Dickinson University
    • Then you can hook up with our journals from Google, cool.
    • Import citations into Endnote
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  • I’m suspicious of something that used to be so hard . . . And now is so easy! The next topic is how to use Endnote and Word together, insert citations into your document and make bibliographies.
  • EndNote and Word
    • Bibliographies
    • CWYW Cite While You Write
    • In-text references
    • Reference List
  • EndNote and Word Use the Cite While You Write commands in Word and EndNote to insert references from your EndNote Library into a Word document Use the Style Manager and the Format Bibliography command to select appropriate reference styles Edit citations in Word documents, to include notes or page numbers, or exclude author names or publication year Create independent bibliographies and annotated bibliographies for your assignments.
  • Bibliographies
    • Print a bibliography of selected references directly from EndNote
    • Send selected references from EndNote to a file to be opened as a bibliography in Word
    • Copy an annotated bibliography from EndNote and paste into a Word document
  • Question: QUICK! How do I print a bibliography directly from EndNote ? Simple Bibliography #1
    • Select the library in EndNote
    • Select output style (APA, MLA,etc.)
    • Select the references to include in bibliography
      • select all if you want to print all
      • select specified citations to print fewer
    • Select Print
    • Smile
  • Select (Ctrl Click) the citations you want and Print. Output style (APA)
  • Select in EndNote and Print: This is the printed bibliography of my selected references on social computing.
  • Question: How do I get EndNote references into Word for a STAND-ALONE BIBLIOGRAPHY ? Simple Bibliography #2
    • Exporting Bibliographies from EndNote
    • Open: EndNote library
    • Select: output style (APA)
    • Highlight: references to be exported to Word
    • From EndNote Click: File and then Click: Export
    • Save In : any folder you want
    • Name File : Add Rich Text File (RTF) as the filename extension (example filename: networking.rtf )
    • .rtf files can be opened in Word
    • Open this file in Word
  • From EndNote: 1. Select citation style 2. Select citations to copy to Word bibliography 3. Select “File” 4. Select “Export” 5. Select folder and name for the bibliography with .rtf extension .
  • Continued: Insert EndNote Bibliography into Word
    • 9. Open new or existing Word document
    • 10. Put cursor where you want bibliography
    • 11. Select Import from Word toolbar  File
    • 12. Select the .rtf bibliography
    • And, there it is as promised!
    • Ready for a bit of editing and re-saving
    • Save as a .doc file
  • .rtf extension on filename A bit of editing is needed.
  • Formatted Annotated Bibliography copied into Word Simple Bibliography #3
    • In EndNote , select the references you want to save in the bibliography
    • Select Citation Style: Annotated
    • Select Edit
    • Select Copy Formatted
    • In Word , Select Edit and Select Paste (either a new or in process document)
  • In EndNote Select references Select Annotated Style Select Edit Select Copy Formatted
  • Cite While You Write
    • Open EndNote library
    • Open Word document
    • Note the EndNote toolbar in Word
    • In Word , put document cursor where in-text reference will go
    • Click: EndNote toolbar in Word Find Citations
    • Select: from EndNote , the citation to export into the Word document
    • Click: Insert at bottom of EndNote citations window
    • EndNote cite was inserted into the Word document
    • By default, the citation was inserted into the Reference List at the end of the document
    Use the Cite While You Write commands in Word and EndNote to insert references from your EndNote Library into a Word document.
  • Word 2007 EndNote X1 Menu
  • Adding Citations to Word
    • In Word , place the cursor where you want the in-text reference to be inserted.
    • From the EndNote toolbar in Word , click Go to EndNote
    • Highlight the reference you need in the EndNote Library Window and press Enter
    • Click the Insert Citation icon ( OR Select Tools  CWYW on pull down menu  Insert Selected Citation)
    • The program goes back to Word where you can see both the inserted in-text citation and the beginning of a List of References on the last page of the document.
  • EndNote is software that will help you manage references collected during research. Citation formats (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) are included within the EndNote program. A literature search(Williams & Williams, 2006) is an information gathering process to find information for your research paper (an in-depth process for the dissertation literature search). EndNote and the literature search go hand in hand. In text citation –needs a bit of editing Williams, V., & Williams, B. (2006). Way of the Wiki: The Zen of Social Computing. Reference List -- bibliography 5. You will be returned to the Word document - the selected citation will be inserted, and a bibliography entry created.
  • Editing the format of Bibliography Click on Format Bibliography on the EndNote toolbar in Word
    • Getting Help For assistance with downloading and installing the software contact UTAC at:
      • From The College at Florham by dialing the digits 8822.
      • From The Metropolitan Campus by dialing #8822.
      • Via email at [email_address]
    • For assistance with using the program contact Denise O'Shea, Systems Librarian, FDU Libraries, at: [email_address]
    • EndNote Homepage http://www.endnote.com/
    • Updates and patches for the EndNote software.
    • Answers to frequently asked questions.
    • Extra filters, connection files and styles.
    • Tip sheets and tutorials.
    Thanks to Lissa Lord at the University of Kansas Library
  • Find the original Slideshow and related topics here: Dissertation Research Blog http://dissertationresearch.blogspot.com Right column under the weather report “60 minute classes”