Struggling with EndNote? You aren’t alone! Join other students in this end-of-semester crash course introduction to the popular citation management tool—EndNote online. See details below.

Note: The library will be offering several EndNote workshops during the Spring semester. This session is geared towards graduate students who need emergency help with EndNote in order to complete a project/thesis/dissertation.

Date: Wednesday December 4
Time: 1:00-3:00pm
Place: Library Room 209
What to bring: Please bring your laptop if possible

Workshop description:

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 references
  • installing the Cite While You Write plug-in for Word
  • using Cite While You Write to insert in-text citations and bibliography

The second hour (2-3 pm) will be reserved for questions and individual assistance on other issues. We encourage you to attend both hours of the workshop; however, if you’ve already accomplished the basics being covered from 1-2 pm, you may choose to bring your computer and your specific issues or problems for the 2-3 pm lab portion of the workshop.

Questions? Please contact Chapel-Cowden@utc.edu or Beverly-Kutz@utc.edu.