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Library Instruction Sessions: EndNote

A guide to library instructional sessions which support university curricula and lifelong learning.

Book EndNote Instruction

To book an EndNote instruction session, please contact Reference Librarian, Gurmeet Sehgal.

Contact Info:
Del E. Webb Memorial Library
Loma Linda University
11072 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, California 92350

Location: 3rd Floor, Del E Webb Library,
Room 307
Phone: 909 558 4300, ext. 47561
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Objectives

EndNote is a software program that enables you to move seamlessly through your research process with flexible tools for searching, organizing,and sharing your research, creating your bibliography,and writing your paper.

This Library Guide will help you

  1. Create an EndNote library.
  2. Import bibliographic references from external databases and create references manually.
  3. Organize your library using groups to categorize references by project, subject, or anything else you choose.
  4. Store and annotate PDFs.
  5. Automate the insertion and formatting of citations and bibliographies in Microsoft Word.
  6. Sync your EndNote references and groups across multiple computers, share references with others, and access your references from almost anywhere with any Internet browser by logging into your EndNote online account at my.EndNote.com.

More EndNote Information

For more information on EndNote, please visit our EndNote Libguide.