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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
- Lisette Grimmius (Information Specialist 2) Wouter Zwiers (Information Specialist 2)
- The total workload amounts to 3 hours (2 hours of training plus homework)
Why this course?
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. Upon completion of this course, you will understand how you can use Endnote to manage your references.
This is a hands-on 2-hour workshop, including theory and practice with Endnote software for managing your references.
- You can register for this course using the registration buttons on the right side of this page. Please note the difference between Staff (employee of Leiden University) and Extern/LUmc (e.g. extern, self-funded researchers or employee at LUmc).