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Welcome to EndNote 101!

 
This guide will provide an overview of EndNote.

 

What is EndNote?

EndNote is a bibliographic citation management software. UNCC has a site license for EndNote which gives students, staff and faculty full access to EndNote and EndNote Online. For more information about EndNote visit: http://www.endnote.com/

The topics covered in this guide are:

Intro to EndNote

  • Help & Training Resources
  • Add References
    • Manual
    • Direct Export from the online catalog
    • Creating Groups
  • Cite While You Write
    • Creating Bibliographies

Intermediate EndNote

  • Help & Training Resources
  • EndNote Online
  • Filters & Connection Files

If you have any questions please contact us. Our information is located in the column to the right.

 

Basic EndNote Training dates

Atkins Library announces its schedule of EndNote X7 classes for fall semester.  EndNote X7 is a citation management software available to UNC Charlotte students, faculty and staff.  With EndNote you can create a customized library of all your references, organize your references into groups, and export references and PDFs from Atkins Library’s databases.  EndNote also allows you to insert your references into Microsoft Word, automatically creating citations and a bibliography to match the requirements of your style manual or selected journal, sync and share your references with EndNote online and much more.

Introductory EndNote classes will be held the following dates and times:

DATE

TIME

LOCATION

Wednesday, November 19

7 p.m.

Atkins 124

Thursday, November 20

7 p.m.

Atkins 124

Participants in the introductory class will learn how to download and install EndNote, create a library of references, add and export references to an EndNote library and find full text pdfs of articles. They will also learn how to create groups in EndNote as well as add references from an EndNote library to a Word document.  Registration is not required and the classes are open to students, faculty or staff.

For more information, or to schedule a different session, please contact Beth Scarborough at Beth.Scarborough@uncc.edu or 704-687-0496.

 

 

 

 

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Students, staff and faculty can download EndNote via Campus Computing.

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