An introduction to EndNote for Windows users - Savvy Researcher Series
Savvy Researcher Workshop Series
Topic: An introduction to EndNote for Windows users
Venue: Ulwazi Training Room
EndNote is a bibliographic management tool for publishing and managing of citations and references. Endnote desktop is a proprietary software tool and is compatible with Windows and Macintosh operating systems. EndNote Basic is entirely web-based and can be accessed from any computer with internet access, and can be synchronized with EndNote desktop. The advantage of Endnote is that you can work without an internet connection. If you work extensively with Web of Science databases, EndNote is the best tool, as it was developed by the same company - Thomson Reuters. It also works very well with PubMed. At present Endnote is not compatible with Linux.
Endnote features differ considerably within the Windows and Macintosh operating environments. We therefore recommend that only Windows users attend this session.
- Thursday, March 30, 2017
- 3:00pm - 4:30pm
- Ulwazi Training Room - Knowledge Commons (Chancellor Oppenheimer Library)
- Upper Campus
- Dianne Steele