In this workshop we'll show you many of EndNote's lesser known features to aid you in managing your research and writing workflow. We'll also show some tips and tricks for fixing problems and making your references look their best.
What will you learn?
- Manually entering and editing references
- Groups and Smart Groups
- Finding full text and reference updates
- Batch downloading references for systematic literature reviews
- EndNote Online and library sharing
- Tips for EndNote and thesis writing
- Editing reference styles
- Title abbreviations and term lists
If you'd like to participate in the EndNote Online and library sharing part
of the class, please register for an EndNote Online account before coming along to class.
Before the class
The class will not cover downloading the software, getting UTS referencing styles, or downloading references from the library catalogue or Google Scholar. To learn how to do those things see our EndNote playlist in YouTube. If you have trouble installing EndNote ahead of our class, please contact our librarians.
We'd love to answer any burning questions you may have - so please submit any specific questions in the checkout form and we'll try and address it in the class.
This session will be delivered both on campus and online via Zoom. Zoom links will be sent out ahead of the session. When booking, choose your preferred format.