Endnote is a "bibliographic citation management software" used to manage and organize your research literature. It integrates with Microsoft Word (and selected other word processing software) so that you can "cite-while-you-write" using any of a number of built in citation styles. EndNote is available for both Windows and Mac computers. We will be using the latest version, Endnote X7 in the Windows/PC environment with Microsoft Word 2010.
Anyone wishing to use Endnote on their own laptop, PC or Mac, should have the software already installed.
A full Endnote session is comprised of two parts, Part 1 and Part 2, each focusing on different aspects of this software as noted below.
NOTE: For graduate students to recognized by the School of Graduate Studies as has having completed Endnote training, you must attend both parts.
Part 1: Introduction - September 22 OR November 17 (Both sessions start at 4:30pm)
Getting to know Endnote
Building a library of citations
Searching your Endnote library
Adding content (e.g., PDFs)
Part 2: Beyond the Introduction - September 24 OR November 19 (Both session start at 4:30pm)