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Sept. 9 & 14: EndNote workshops – manage your citations

Posted by isulib on September 9, 2015

endnote-web-bannerWednesday, Sept. 9, @ 1-2:30 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 14, @ 11 a.m. -12:30 p.m.

Location: Library room 230

EndNote is an invaluable and essential tool for those required to write and cite a lot and those involved in ongoing research projects.All ISU faculty, students, staff welcome. No RSVP necessary. Make the most of your research time and build a discipline-specific database of sources with EndNote. EndNote is a bibliographic management software designed to download, store, and manage bibliographic references in private desktop reference libraries. In this session, Reference/Instruction Librarian, Shelley Arvin, will demonstrate how to create an EndNote library, add and edit records, and search for and import bibliographic records. You will also learn how to make EndNote automatically format your bibliography and insert it into a manuscript in Microsoft Word.

The latest version, EndNote X7 for PCs, is now available for download through the library Web site at EndNote X7 for Macs will be released later. If you wish to use your own laptop during the workshop, please install the software prior to the session. It can take time to install correctly and the instructor will not have time to assist you during the workshop. Otherwise, computers will be provided. Mac users are welcome but Macs display the software slightly differently. For more information, contact Shelley Arvin at (812) 237-2605 or

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