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Skills Workshops: Using EndNote to manage your references

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Using EndNote to manage your references

About this workshop

Referencing your work can be quite difficult, but if you use dedicated software such as EndNote, this can take all the hard work of referencing away.  Learn how to build your own library of references; see how easy it is to create folders to store specific references.  Choose the required Output style your department requires. EndNote works with MS Word so you can easily insert a reference into your work. EndNote is on the campus network but this workshop will also show you how you can use EndNote Web and transfer references from the web to your existing library.

Is EndNote the right tool for you? Please see the information and comparisons on our Bibliographic Management webpage

By the end of the workshop you will be able to:

  • Build your own library
  • Create and organise your folders and references
  • Work with the appropriate Output Style
  • Insert your references and generate a bibliography in Microsoft Word 

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is useful for students and researchers at any level who are looking to use EndNote for their bibliographic management. Bibliographic management is a ‘must’ for any extended piece of academic writing including dissertations and thesis.

This workshop is run by a Library Skills Adviser


Register for this workshop

To book your place on this workshop, click on one of the dates below for the booking form

10:15 - 12:15, Monday, February 1, 2016

13:15 - 15:15, Friday, March 4, 2016

Suggestions for related workshops

Referencing skills

If you already understand the basic principles of referencing and want to develop your skills in the appropriate system, one of the following workshops will help:

 Check with your department/school to find out which of the University’s four referencing systems you should use


Bibliographic software (RefWorks/EndNote)

We recommend you use bibliographic software to keep a database of the sources you reference (books, journal articles, websites etc.) when researching your assignments. We offer training sessions in both of the bibliographic software packages currently supported by the university:

* Which is the right bibliographic tool for you? Please see the information and comparisons on our Bibliographic Management webpage