EndNote is one of two bibliographic management programs available to you free of charge at UR. (RefWorks is the other program.)
With EndNote, you can search online databases, organize references, images, and PDFs, and instantly create in-text citations and bibliographies. Plus, you can choose from thousands of bibliographic styles, including APA, AMA, and other commonly used styles in medicine and health.
Miner Library is now enrolling for EndNote classes that will introduce you to the newest features, including importing references from online databases such as PubMed, Ovid Medline, and Google Scholar and creating a manuscript and bibliography using MS Word.
Classes are scheduled for:
– 3-4:30 pm Thursday, October 4
– 3-4:30 pm Tuesday, October 9
– 9-10:30 am Friday, November 9
– 10-11:30 am Monday, November 26
– 3-4:30 pm Thursday, December 6
– 10:30-noon Monday, December 17
We have an EndNote Clinic, too!
If you’ve been using EndNote for a while and are getting stuck, or if you want help formatting a paper or mastering EndNote’s advanced features, come to our EndNote Clinic from noon-1:30 on Thursday, November 15, at Miner Library for hands-on help. Bring your laptop and your lunch, too, if you’d like. If you’re not working from a laptop, we’ll have EndNote loaded on the classroom computers.
All classes are in Miner’s Computer Classroom 1, Rm. 1-6051. There is no charge for the class but registration is required. Register at Miner Classes. For more information contact Valorie Hallinan at 275-6873 or Valorie_Hallinan@urmc.rochester.edu; or Linda Hasman at 275-3399 or Linda_Hasman@urmc.rochester.edu.
For information about RefWorks classes, contact Marilyn Rosen at 275-6940 or Marilyn_Rosen@urmc.rochester.edu.