UTS Library

Research Week 2019 - EndNote for researchers

Tue, 5 February, 2019
2:30 PM to 4:00 PM  Add to calendar


  • Level 4 - Adjacent to 4.k
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Want to get Word to do the hard work for you? In this hands-on workshop, Library staff will show you how to store and organise your references into a bibliography using EndNote - a popular tool for reference management.

You will learn how to: 

  • Develop an understanding of the purpose of using EndNote as a reference management tool,
  • Develop an understanding of how EndNote Library File and EndNote Data Folder work,
  • Develop an understanding of the purpose of using a Referencing Output Style File,
  • Change EndNote display layout,
  • Insert references manually into the EndNote Library,
  • Import references directly from Google Scholar,
  • Import references directly from a Library Database,
  • Edit references after importing,
  • Find the full text of articles and add PDFs to the EndNote Library,
  • Use EndNote library as a searchable database for all references and their associated PDFs,
  • Organise references using Groups and Smart Groups,
  • Insert selected references in a Microsoft Word document,
  • Apply different formatting options and edit in-text references,
  • Create styled bibliographies,
  • Create a workflow that will save time when assembling references and citing them in writing,
  • Develop an understanding of the best way to back-up EndNote Library and Data Folder,
  • Share EndNote Library and selected groups using EndNote Online. 
You will also have the opportunity to select either a Mac or a PC-based workshop. REGISTER HERE VIA EVENTBRITE
  • Please bring your own laptop.


David Litting supports the faculties of Arts and Social Science and has mastered the art of Endnote!


Dr Patrick Tooth leads the Business and Law team at UTS Library and is an Endnote fanatic!