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Use EndNote to store, manage, and format references in your writing. Class will cover: creating EndNote libraries, adding citations to your libraries, direct export of citations from article databases, output styles, and Cite While You Write (using EndNote with Microsoft Word).
Questions? Please contact Matt Conner, email@example.com or 754-7348.
|Thu||Dec 11||1:00pm-3:00pm||Library Instruction Lab||register|
EndNote in the Health Sciences District
Want to better manage and use the literature you gather? Sessions cover how to collect, store, organize, and retrieve articles with EndNote; how to create and format references for your own papers, posters or publications using the right style for the occasion (JAVMA, NEJM, Science, NLM Style and thousands more); and how to attach and access the full text of those articles, and to keep personal notes about the articles you have read. Bring your laptop if possible.
Questions? Need a different date/time? Need a more advanced EndNote consultation? Contact Deanna Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org, (530)752-3271.
|Tue||Dec 16||4:00pm-5:00pm||Carlson Health Sciences Library Conference Room 128||register|
EndNote Introduction for Biological / Agricultural / Environmental Sciences Researchers
EndNote is a bibliographic management program which simplifies the process of generating bibliographies and reference lists. EndNote allows one to easily store, manage, and format references to any biological/agricultural/environmental science core style guide such as CSE, NLM, ACS, or APA or to any specific biological/agricultural/environmental journal style such as FASEB J, J Exp Biol, Plant Cell, J Agr Food Chem, or Front Ecol Environ. EndNote also helps you organize and easily retrieve publication PDFs.
This introductory class will cover: creating EndNote libraries; direct export of citations from biological/agricultural article databases; importing PDFs into EndNote; adding citations to your libraries; output styles; and Cite While You Write (using EndNote with Microsoft Word).
Questions? Contact Ruth Gustafson, email@example.com.
|Thu||Dec 4||1:00pm-2:30pm||Library Instruction Lab||register|
|Mon||Dec 15||11:30am-1:00pm||Library Instruction Lab||register|
Giving Credit Where Credit is Due (Avoid Plagiarism)
Learn principles of citing sources in MLA (Modern Language Association) and APA (American Psychological Association) styles. Expand your understanding of paraphrases, summaries and quotations, and discover tools to help you create citations.
Questions? Please contact Melissa Browne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Wed||Jan 21||3:10pm-4:30pm||Library Instruction Lab|
|Wed||Feb 18||3:10pm-4:30pm||Library Instruction Lab|
Searching Environmental Health Databases
Explore TOXNET and other environmental health-related databases, such as Hazardous Substances Data Bank and LiverTox. Workshop will focus on locating health-related environmental and toxicology data and literature references. If you have a laptop, please bring it to class.
Questions? Need a different time? Please contact Mary Wood, email@example.com (530) 754‑9122.
|Fri||Dec 12||4:00pm-5:00pm||Carlson Health Sciences Library Conference Room 128||register|