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EndNote X7

Three hour program

Target group:Academic and general staff who are interested in learning how to use the bibliographic tool EndNote
Group size:Minimum 5 - Maximum 12
Level 1 program:
  • Use of Windows operating system and working with files and folder
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word

 

Schedule:
Date:Wednesday 30 July, 2014
Time:9.30am - 12.30pm
Venue:Blue Gum Room, Level 3, Bld 2, 195 Wellington Road, Clayton
Apply by:Thursday 19 June, 2014
Cost: $80
Catering:Morning or afternoon tea will be provided.
To apply:Online application form

Overview

This course is designed to introduce users to EndNote, which:

  • offers the user a simple way to search online bibliographic databases and download these references directly into EndNote
  • is a reference database allowing for the storing, managing and searching of bibliographic references
  • is a bibliographic maker. It builds lists of cited works automatically.

Intended Outcomes

Participants will gain the skills and knowledge to use EndNote.

Course Content

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • create a reference library
  • add / edit references within the library
  • learn the various search options
  • connect and import references from external databases
  • create a bibliography using required styles
  • create / modify styles to suit own requirements

Learning Approach

  • Hand-ons workshop
  • Practice exercises

Handouts

A booklet of notes will be provided.