If you are looking for help using EndNote, UTC’s wonderful citation manager, you’re in luck!
The Library is holding an emergency session on Wednesday December 4 from 1:00-3:00 pm in Library 209. This is a drop-in workshop – no registration required. It’s first come, first served.
For best results, please bring your laptop.
The first hour (1-2 pm) will be the basics of EndNote online, geared towards graduate students. This includes:
- setting up an EndNote online account
- entering their references
- installing the Cite While You Write plug-in for Word
- using Cite While You Write to replace their in-text citations and bibliography with EndNote-generated citations and references
The second hour (2-3 pm) will be reserved for questions and individual assistance on other issues. It would be great if students could attend both hours of the workshop. However, students who have already accomplished the basics being covered from 1-2 pm may choose to bring their computers and their specific issues or problems for the 2-3 pm lab portion of the workshop.
For students who need to learn EndNote fast and can’t come to campus for the emergency EndNote workshop on Wednesday December 4, here’s some online help:
Set up an EndNote online account using the Library website links:
- Start on the Library home page, www.lib.utc.edu
- Choose Citing Sources and EndNote under the Get Help menu
- Choose EndNote Web Home
- Click on Create an account and follow screen directions.
- Click here to see a brief YouTube video on creating your EndNote online account.
Watch a recorded training session on using EndNote online. Below are links to online classes for either Windows or Mac. Each class is about an hour in length and focuses primarily on EndNote online. EndNote desktop, designed to work with EndNote Online, is also briefly discussed.
- For Windows: EndNote Online: An EndNote Class Recording: http://youtu.be/rtl9j7-yhnE
- For Mac: EndNote Online for Macintosh: An EndNote Class Recording: http://youtu.be/u8RCVWJ1nZ8
More EndNote training videos can be found here: http://endnote.com/training
For problems or questions the online training doesn’t answer, you are welcome to contact Beverly-Kutz@utc.edu or Chapel-Cowden@utc.edu during regular business hours. This EndNote guide may also be helpful: http://guides.lib.utc.edu/endnote
Good luck on your final projects, and please visit the Library if you need any help!