Resource of the Month
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Features of EndNote
Search Internet databases
Access hundreds of remote bibliographic databases, including WEb of Science, Ovid, PubMed, Library of Congress, and the Wichita State University Library Online Catalog
Drag and drop references instantly
Create an unlimited number of databases in any size
Includes hundreds of import filters
Link your EndNote records to PDF files on the web or on your hard drive
Term Lists for consistent data entry
Sort references on any field
Searching flexibility and control in designing searches
Official EndNote website: http://www.endnote.com/enhome.asp
For assistance with Endnote, contact Wichita State University Libraries' Reference Desk (978-3584) or Janet Brown, Education and Social Sciences Librarian (978-5075) or email@example.com).
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.