Introduction to the reference management program EndNote for technology-, natural science and business students and emplyees at NTNU
Technology, science students and employees at NTNU who need a review of a reference management tools for research, writing papers and other publishing activities. The course is adapted to the above fields
Some knowledge in the use of literature databases and writing project reports, articles and other publications, but this is not a demand.
Live demo lecture with exercises for the participants.
English (This course is held in English but we also arrange courses in Norwegian
Feel free to bring your own PC / Mac, but have the lastest version of EndNote (X7.x) installed. There are also stationary PCs in the classroom that you can use
Users with Mac and Word for Mac will also take full advantage of the course.
The course room has wireless network (eduroam).
EndNote is a reference tool where you can build your own local library with references either manually or download by searching various databases.
This is an introductory course where you will learn how how to create your own reference library and how to fill it with content from searching literature databases offered by the library in the campus network.
In your project report, PhD/Matser Thesis or published article you always have to have a bibliography. It is generated automatically when you enter your publication in Word with references to references you already have downloaded to your EndNote library.
In addition, we will look at Cite While You Write, which is an interaction between EndNote and Word where you can insert citations in the text and get EndNote to create a bibliography automatically
EndNote can also retrieve full-text articles (PDF) of the references you have stored in your library
The course will go through the main features of EndNote and writing your article / report
Last EndNote version X7.5 as free download from Progdist or http://software.ntnu.no for NTNU's students and staff