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Managing your references using Endnote

Managing your references can be very time consuming. You may wonder: did I read this article, and what did I think of it? Did all the citations and references I used in my document end up in the bibliography? In this short workshop you will learn how to tackle these problems by using Endnote.

Target group
Researcher
Postdoctoral researcher
PhD candidate
Teacher
Els Koeneman  (Information Specialist)
Method
Workshop

Managing your references can be very time consuming: did I read this article, and what did I think of it? Did all the citations and references I used in my document end up in the bibliography? Are the titles in my bibliography correct and do I really have to adjust every title to the correct style one by one?

These problems can be solved by using reference management software like Endnote. The University Library offers a hands-on introductory instruction to Endnote for everyone who has been postponing the decision to start using a reference manager, for those who got lost in trying to master one on their own, and for those who use one but would like a little help.

For whom

PhD candidates of Leiden University and LUMC

Topics covered 

  • Endnote reference management software
  • Managing references

What you’ll learn 

Upon completion of this course, you will understand how you can use Endnote to manage your references.

Format 

This is a hands-on 2-hour workshop at the University Library. You will be using one of the library computers and do not have to bring your own device. In fact, you cannot use your own device during the workshop.

Workload 

The total workload amounts to 2 hours, based on one 2-hour session.

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