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Information on using EndNote for the WSU community. Class schedules and other helpful information.
Last Updated: Dec 1, 2014 URL: http://libguides.wsulibs.wsu.edu/endnote Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Pullman Campus Endnote Trainings

Endnote Basic Training (Register)

EndNote Basic is FREE web‐based reference management software that anyone can use even if they don’t have a desktop version of EndNote. All  ‘basic’ referencing needs are covered: storing references; importing and exporting them; organizing references into groups; creating bibliographies; and inserting citations into MS Word. EndNote Basic also allows for collaboration by sharing reference groups.  Additionally, with WSU subscription to the Web of Knowledge provides users with increased database compatibility and additional referencing styles. 

Dates & Times:

Thursday, January 29: 3pm-4pm

 

Endnote Desktop Trianing (Register)

EndNote desktop can be confusing, but we are here to help! The beginners class targets those who are just beginning to use EndNote. The following topics are covered: understanding the EndNote X7 interface,  creating a library of references, editing references, creating a library bibliographic styles, importing references from databases, and Cite While You Write. 

Dates & Times:

Wednesday, February 4: 2pm-4pm
Wednesday, April 22: 10am-12pm
Thursday, August 13: 10am-12pm
Wednesday, October 21: 1pm-3pm

***If you would like to participate from a regional campus please contact Chelsea Leachman to arrange remote viewing.  

**If the times above do not work with your schedule or there are is a group wanting private instruction contact Chelsea Leachman.

 

Webinars Offered by Endnote

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What's in this guide

You can use the tutorials and instructions on this Libguide to learn how to use EndNote Desktop. 

If you have more questions, please contact Chelsea Leachman.  

EndNote Desktop Purchase Options

While you are waiting for the mail to bring you your EndNote CD, you can download the 30-day free trial

(Non-academic licenses for EndNote run about $300.)

 

Citation Management Software

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