No Experience EndNote for Health Sciences
EndNote is a computer program that allows the user to organize their references, images and PDFs; search online bibliographic databases; and seamlessly create bibliographies in Microsoft Word. Tailored for those who have never used EndNote before and would like an introduction to this very powerful piece of software, the primary focus is on how to download the EndNote software, use databases, such as PubMed, to populate your EndNote library; and how to instantly move references from EndNote into your Microsoft Word documents in virtually any citation style!
Related LibGuide: EndNote Basics by Erin Rowley
- Friday, September 21, 2018
- 9:00am - 10:30am
- 2210J SMBS
- Downtown Campus
This workshop will be taught downtown in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (JSMBS), room 2210J, known as the "Learning Lab".
Please note that you must have an Office of Medical Computing (OMC) login to use the computers in the lab.
If you are not part of the medical school, you will have to go through security to get into the building, and must bring your own computer.