UTS Library

EndNote for Law on a PC

Tue, 16 April, 2019
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM  Add to calendar

Location: 

  • Level 4 - Room 4.j
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Instructions for students

Downloading EndNote is NOT part of this workshop.

Please download and install the following applications in your laptop before coming to this workshop

Please bring your laptop with you.

If you need assistance with downloading these files, please see: EndNote for PC – User Guide

We have also developed specific study guides for law students:

 

What will this workshop cover?

This workshop will show you how to:

  • Insert references manually into the EndNote Library,
  • Import references directly from Google Scholar,
  • Import references directly from a Library Database,
  • Edit references after importing,
  • Add PDFs to the EndNote Library,
  • Insert selected references in a Microsoft Word document,
  • Apply different formatting options and edit in-text references,
  • Create footnotes, bibliographies/ reference lists using the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) style.

 

About EndNote

EndNote is a software program that stores and organises your references.

References can be transferred from EndNote into a Word document, automatically generating in-text citations, footnotes and a bibliography/ reference list, all correctly formatted in your choice of referencing style.

EndNote is available at no cost to UTS staff and students, but it must be downloaded and installed onto your computer from the Library web pages (UTS login required). 

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