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EndNote workshops

EndNote allows you to store details of all your useful references. You can then easily insert citations into the text of your Word documents and the bibliography is automatically built at the end.

There are two versions of EndNote: EndNote Web and Desktop EndNote. We recommend EndNote Web for undergraduate and masters students, and Desktop EndNote for researchers. To decide which one is most suited to your needs please see Which version of EndNote should I use?

EndNote Web: workshops for undergraduates and masters students

EndNote Web can be accessed on the internet from any PC. It offers the same basic functionality as the Desktop version, but has a limited selection of citation styles and very few options for customisation.

The sessions for the Spring term are running at the following times:

Wednesday 31 January 14:00 - 15:30
Wednesday 21 February 14:00 - 15:30
Wednesday 7 March 14:00 - 15:30 

Desktop EndNote: introductory workshops for researchers

Desktop EndNote is installed on all the Information Technology managed PC labs on campus and can be purchased for your own computer for around £98. It offers much more sophisticated functionality and storage capacity than EndNote Web, so it is more suitable for researchers.

The sessions for the Spring term are running at the following times:

Wednesday 24 January 14:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 7 February 14:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 28 February  14:00 - 16:00

Please note that these are beginners workshops. If you have already started using EndNote and have more advanced queries, take a look at our guides to using EndNote and our EndNote FAQs for guidance. If those don't answer your question, make an appointment with your subject liaison librarian for further help.

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Attending these workshops can count towards the training component for the Red Award. Please bring your sheet along to the workshop to be signed: we cannot guarantee that it will be signed retrospectively.

Booking a place

Book your place via the 'Library course bookings' link on the RISISweb portal.  The bookings link is located in the 'Actions' tab if you're a student. If you're a member of staff click on 'Specialist Actions' in the 'Specialist Actions' tab.

If you have any problems booking please contact us by email

Unable to make a workshop?

If you can't make it to one of our workshops you can:

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