Course Detail

RD006 - EndNote for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Suitable for all Humanities and Social Sciences research students and staff, this session offers an introduction to the EndNote reference management software package available at QMUL. By the end of the session attendees will be able to judge whether EndNote will be a useful tool for them to use. They will also have acquired the skills to start using EndNote to support their work, should they so choose.

Learning objectives - This session will consist of a presenter lead hands-on workshop followed by an EndNote Q&A and will include:
- Basics of how to collect references with EndNote
- Basics of how to manage references stored in Endnote
- Basics of how to re-use EndNote references
- Chance for Q&A on specific issues of using EndNote
Please note – The hands-on workshop will make use of PCs on the QMUL network. Attendees will therefore need to ensure that they have a functioning QMUL ITS username and password before attending.

Objectives

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Basics of how to collect references with EndNote
  • Basics of how to manage references stored in Endnote
  • Basics of how to re-use EndNote references in academic writing
  • Chance for Q&A on specific issues of using EndNote

Provided by: Researcher Development

Details

Date: Friday 26 April 2019

Venue: Teaching Room 1, WCH Library, Whitechapel Library, Whitechapel

Time: 14:00 - 16:00


Tutor

  • Mr R Evans