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Class and handout

Sign up for an EndNote class -- A 90 minute hands-on training session is offered about every two weeks at the library.

A copy of the handout below is distributed in class. It contains nearly everything that is on this site.

Getting started

After installing EndNote, go to the EndNote homepage http://www.endnote.com and select Updates from the Downloads for the latest update for your version of EndNote. Don't skip this step!

If you do not have a copy of EndNote, a full-fledged version of EndNote can be downloaded for a free 30-day trial from EndNote. The academic rate is about $115 for students and $180 for faculty.

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Adding references to EndNote
       Manual entry
       Direct export => From a database (e.g., PsycINFO, Web of Science) 
       Two-step => From a database (e.g., PubMed, SciFinder) in two steps
       From EndNote => Search PubMed and the AU Library catalog from EndNote
       Via PDFs  => Drag & drop a PDF into EndNote to create an EndNote record
Change case – In article titles
Duplicates – Avoiding (and removing)
Editing references
EndNote Web
Formatting references in Word
Full-text – Finding and downloading
Groups – Organizing references into folders
Import filters
Journal abbreviations
Output styles – Finding
Output styles – How to edit
PDFs – Storing in EndNote
PDFs – Viewing and quick editing
Reference list – Creating a list to review
Reference list with abstracts
Searching an EndNote library
Writing papers in Word -- And some tips worth checking out

Subject Guide

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Rob Buchanan
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RBD Library
231 Mell Street
Auburn University, AL 36829
844-1750 at the Vet Med Library and 844-1292 at the RBD Library
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