EndNote X9 is a desktop based reference management tool for Windows and Macs which helps you to build libraries of references and insert them into your Word document as in text citations or footnotes and automatically generate bibliographies. This online introduction to EndNote is open to all University of Oxford students and staff.
You will be asked to watch a ~6 minute video ahead of the session, which introduces you to EndNote and its basic features. We will build upon this in the workshop outlining additional functionality and Oxford-specific details which will help you use the software. The link to the video will be shared with you upon booking.
We also invite you to send any questions you have in advance to email@example.com for the instructors to cover in the session. There will also be opportunities to ask questions in the class.
By the end of the session you will be able to:
Intended Audience: Oxford students, researchers and other staff.
For any postgraduate students, researchers and university staff based on the Old Road Campus or in Medical Sciences Division departments elsewhere in Headington, there are Medical Sciences specific workshops on EndNote which you may prefer to attend.
Dates and booking
|Wednesday 2 December 10.00-11.30||> Book a place|
Notice of recording
Each live online training session will be recorded for accessibility and inclusivity reasons, and will be shared with all attendees after the session. It may also be put onto Canvas (Oxford University’s virtual learning environment) to enable other Oxford University members with SSO to view it.
Presenters: Helen Bond; Becci Hutchins; Lydia Wright
Format: Pre-course introductory videos, followed by more in-depth live interactive session with Q&A through Microsoft Teams.
What you will need? You will need to provide your own computer with a browser (must be Chrome or Edge) or preferably have the Microsoft Teams desktop app installed. Please read our guidance notes below on using Teams. You need to be online with a reliable internet connection.