Introduction course for the reference management program EndNote for PhD-students registered for SMED8007 Spring 2023.
This course is only available for PhD-students registered for SMED8007 Spring 2023. Registration is required.
This course is held in English.
You can use your own laptop/Mac (with EndNote 20 installed and Word). EndNote must be pre-installed, as we cannot assist with installing EndNote during the lecture. We have laptops available if you are not able to bring your own.
You will get an email with more information a few days before the course.
EndNote is a reference management program that allows you to create your own reference library and use the program to insert citations into a manuscript and generate a correctly formatted bibliography (reference list). This introductory course will teach you how to create your personal library and fill it with references in different ways. You will also learn about Cite While You Write, where EndNote and Word cooperate when you insert citations into the text and automatically creates a bibliography at the end of the manuscript. You will also learn how you later can use EndNote to change the formatting of citations and bibliography according to the rules of the journal you want to publish in.
Additional EndNote information:
The EndNote program is freely available for NTNU students and staff (NTNU site license). The latest edition is 20.4.1 (Windows) and 20.4 (Mac). You can download the program from Appsanywhere (information here) or ask the Oracle service/local IT-support for help. NTNU staff with administrated computers can install EndNote by themself from the computer's software center on the desktop.