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									                                                     EndNote X2
                                                        Beginner’s guide


EndNote is a program which helps you create and organise your bibliographies effectively.
An EndNote Library is a collection of references which can store up to 32,000 references (citations).

Obtaining Endnote
  From the Library Catalogue: http:www.library.usyd.edu.au/Home.html, under Databases and Electronic Resources,
  click on Endnote.

              http://itassist.usyd.edu.au/staff/services/software/endnote.shtml    For Staff

              http://www.usyd.edu.au/ict/switch/newstudents/studentsoftware.shtml#endnote      For Students



   1. Create Your EndNote Library
           Open Endnote Click: Start             >All Progams           >EndNote       >EndNote Program
           Go to File > New


  2. Export Citations from the Library Catalogue
           Open browser: http://opac.library.usyd.edu.au/
           Export citations (or references) from the Library Catalogue to import into your Endnote library.


 Click Advanced Keyword. Search for scores on Bill Evans.
   Select location box - Con Music
   Select material type box - music scores

  Click on the boxes the citations you wish to export, or choose Select All.

  Click Save marked records            > View Saved


Select options as indicated below:




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       Click on Save.




       Then     > Close.



       Minimize USyd Library catalogue




       Maximize EndNote
       Select: File     > Import >Choose File
       For Import Option, choose Refer/BibIX
       Click: Import




Select: Edit > Output Style.




To view and print                                    Your citations should now appear
       File > Print Preview                         in your EndNote file. References
       Click print icon                             from some databases will require manual editing.




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To export from JStor:
      Register with JStor to export or email a range of citations. This is free - register before doing a search.
                Do a search > Mark the records         > Save citations        > Open
                                                                     Top right-hand corner.


To export from RILM:
      Have EndNote open before starting
              Do a search     > Mark the records                     > Output tab            > Export to Database
             > Endnote         > Open

3. Filters
     When references or citations are placed in EndNote they are “filtered”. The software reads the
     incoming text and filters it by placing details of the author in the author-field, title in the title-field etc.
     Using the filters will ensure your imported references require minimal editing.

     RILM:                        http://www.library.uq.edu.au/faqs/endnote/filters.html#R
     Go to RILM Abstracts of Music Literature. Download the Link – Click RILM.

     IIMP:                        http://www.endnote.com/support/enfilters.asp


                                                      Endnote Tutorial
       http://www.endnoteweb.com/training/enweb2/English/EndNote_Web-English/EndNote_Web_2.asp
                        http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/databases/endnotex/index.html




4. Copy your citations into MS Word
            Highlight the contents of your bibliography from Endnote




        Or, click on Edit > Copy Formatted.

Some useful texts:
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       Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 5 ed. Shelf number: 808.02 201
       Style Guide: www.music.usyd.edu.au/docs/assguide.pdf
                                                                                   Further enquiries: conmusic@library.usyd.edu.au
                                                                                                                 Marie Chellos February 2009



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