Endnote is software to manage literature and create a literature list automatically. It's a very useful program that will save you time writing a paper, thesis or essay. It's available for free for students and employees of the Radboud University. Please make sure you've installed Endnote before we start the webinar. We will be using Endnote 20.
You will receive a link to join the webinar shortly before it starts.
Make sure you've installed Endnote: you can request Endnote via the ICT Service Desk by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org via your Radboud email address. Specify you need Endnote and whether it's for a Windows or an Apple device. They will send you the software for free via a packed file (you can unpack it with 7-zip https://www.7-zip.org/). The mail also describes the steps to follow to install the software.
Note: students & employees at the Faculty of Science may also download Endnote from the install-directory from C&CZ.
We also offer tailor-made workshops. Contact us for the possibilities!
Related LibGuide: EndNote 20 Basic course by Gemma Indemans
- Wednesday, February 23, 2022
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Library of Science
We will cover the following subjects:
- Adding references from databases like Web of Science, Google Scholar, and PubMed
- Export references to Microsoft Word
- Importing PDFs
- Useful tips & questions that come up
Interested in just Mendeley? Or do these hours not suit you? Please contact us! E-mail, call or drop by:
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