Resource of the Month
(October 2007)

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EndNote is a software program that helps you store and manage bibliographic references (citations) for your research projects and papers. EndNote can format references and automatically create bibliographies using a variety of styles, such as APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, IEEE, and many more.

Upcoming  Workshops

Friday, October 26   2:00 - 3:00 pm
Tuesday, October 30   4:30 - 5:30 pm

All workshops will be held in Room 217, Ablah Library. Please register for this workshop by contacting Janet Brown, Education and Social Sciences Librarian at janet.brown@wichita.edu or 978-5075

How Do I Access EndNote?

You must login to your myWSU account.  Under the "myTools" header, there is a link titled: Download EndNote.  Click on the link.  This page gives the hardware requirements for both PCs and Macs.  The file you will be downloading is a zip file.  Follow the onscreen instructions. 

Why Should I Use EndNote?

EndNote can be a timesaver!  There is a built-in Word template to help guide you through your paper writing process.  It can instantly format in-text citations, create a bibliography and create a figure list.  The software comes with more than 1300 predefined bibliographic styles.  Each style can be modified or you can create your own.

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For assistance with Endnote, contact Wichita State University Libraries' Reference Desk (978-3584) or Janet Brown, Education and Social Sciences Librarian (978-5075) or janet.brown@wichita.edu).

Note: Each month WSU Libraries' Department of Collection Development features a "Resource of the Month" designed to highlight some of the library's new, interesting, under-used, large, unique, or otherwise noteworthy collections and resources.  You can learn more about the "Resource of the Month" on this website, from the display in the reference area, by attending a workshop (if available), or by contacting the Reference Desk at 978-3584.  If you are interested in learning more about a previous "Resource of the Month", check the archive.