Recording, managing and citing literature – basic knowledge for working with EndNote 20

November 30, 2022, 10:00 a.m. (CET)

This online seminar is part of a TU9 Libraries virtual event series.

Time: November 30, 2022, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
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During the online seminar, which will be held in English, we will be available to answer your questions.
You will receive the access information for the online seminar circa one hour prior to starting time by e-mail after your course registration.
EndNote is an apt assistant for the organisation of read and evaluated literature when writing scientific papers (Bachelor's andMaster's theses, dissertations).
It also facilitates a structured working process and makes citing sources much easier.
Among scientists, EndNote is a widely used commercial programme, which requires having your own licence.
This course helps you to get started with the programme. After an overview of what EndNote 20 is generally capable of, you will particularly learn how to:

  • efficiently record and edit references with EndNote 20,
  • integrate PDF documents,
  • structure your collected literature with EndNote 20,
  • create bibliographies in Microsoft Word at the click of a
    mouse and to cite them consistently.

You will have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange ideas with other participants.
If you do not have your own EndNote licence, you can install a 30-day trial version on your device in advance.

Prior knowledge: No prior knowledge required.

Lecturer: Falk Seidel (Referat Open Education/TextLab)

Target audience: Students

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