Introduction course for the reference management program EndNote for medical-, master- and PhD-students and staff at The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and St Olavs University Hospital.
Because the Corona-situation is expected to still be uncertain the week after Easter, we choose to arrange this course in Zoom only.
Medical and Master students, PhD-students and researchers/staff at The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and St. Olavs University Hospital.
This course is held in English.
Please bring your own laptop/Mac (with EndNote 20 installed). We have computers for the participants if this is not possible. EndNote must be pre-installed, as we cannot assist with installing EndNote during the lecture. EndNote will be demonstrated together with Word 2016.The library has a wireless NTNU-network (Eduroam) and St Olavs-network for staff and guests.
You will get an email with more information after registration. Please note that depending on the status of the Corona-situation, we may not be able to provide technical assistance on the participants' computers during the course. Users we technical problems can contact us later and will get support in Skype or Zoom.
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 (Windows and Mac). You can download the program from software.ntnu.no 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.