Learn the basics of EndNote and how to efficiently search for sources, create citations, and share lists of academic resources.
- [David] Hi, and welcome to this course on EndNote X8. I'm David Rivers. Do you write manuscripts that include text references, figures, charts, or even tables? Maybe you submit articles to scientific journals or other publications, and you need to ensure your in-text citations and bibliographies are properly formatted. Or maybe you read scientific journals online, and you'd like to download citations to selected articles in an electronic library for future use. Well, if you want to do any of these things, EndNote may be right for you.
In this course, you'll get to know about EndNote and who uses it and for what. You'll know how to create your own reference library, add references manually, or import them from various sources. You'll know how to store and organize references using groups, create and edit citations in your documents, and even share access to your references with others. So, what exactly do you need to follow along with me in this course? We'll explore that next.
- Touring the EndNote user interface
- Adding new references manually
- Finding and storing references
- Searching with keywords and operators
- Storing data
- Setting up custom groups and group sets
- Annotating a PDF
- Creating and editing citations
- Sharing your research
- Accessing a shared library and references