EndNote Drop-in Session for University Staff

Title:EndNote Drop-in Session for University Staff

Duration:0.25 days
Information Services

Target Audience

University academic or administrative staff wanting help with specific questions relating to the use of EndNote.


This drop-in session is offered to help individuals resolve specific queries around different features of EndNote.


Attendees will be able to discuss queries around topics such as:

·        Consequences of moving, renaming and backing up EndNote libraries

·        Working with different export/download options for literature databases, electronic journal websites

·        Using the Groups feature to review and tag large answer sets

·        Managing duplicates beyond the basic Find Duplicates feature

·        Adding and annotating downloaded pdfs

·        Customising output styles and working with the Cite-While-You-WriteTM feature inWord

·        Synchronisation through myendnoteweb.com

·        EndNote library sharing options


After registering for this session, attendees will be contacted and offered an individual 20 minute slot in which to discuss their specific questions.

Attendees may wish to bring their own Mac or Windows laptop so that questions relating to their specific EndNote library can be addressed. However, the venue includes access to University computers which have EndNote X7 installed.

To develop their skills with the basic features of EndNote, it is recommended that attendees work through the tutorials available via the links below, in advance of attending this drop-in session:

Getting Started Guide (Windows) (Mac)

1. Introduction

2.Getting Started

3.Find It

4.Store It

5.Create It

6.Share It

7.Match It

8.Access Anywhere

Attendees may also wish to access the customised workbook for reference:

EndNote Introduction for Referencing andCiting (EndNote X7): Additional information for University of Nottingham users


Senior Research Librarian

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