EndNote is a bibliographic citation management program. It is used to manage your references, insert citations and create bibliographies when writing assignments, essays and research papers. Prior to using EndNote it is recommended that you understand referencing and know how the references should appear for APA 6th.
EndNote automatically creates a bibliography for you at the end of your document however, if information has parsed into the wrong fields or if information is missing from a record then the bibliography will be incorrect and you could risk losing marks for referencing.
It would be a good idea to print out the APA referencing summary and always have the guide handy when you are completing an assignment. Read the basic principles and understand how to reference a book, a journal article and websites and webpages. Remember punctuation, italics, capital letters, spacing and bolded text are all important in referencing and must comply with the referencing style requirements.
Training and support for EndNote
The library provides training and support for all students who want to use EndNote. Online library workshops for EndNote are run throughout each teaching session. These workshops are presented in a webinar format.
You will need to book to attend online library workshops
The library has an EndNote library guide from where you can download the program and get started. The guide includes manuals, support and help.
You can access training videos from the EndNote training youtube channel
You can also visit the library and ask an information librarian to help you with any problems you may be having with EndNote
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