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UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE LIBRARIES 5/10/11 Using EndNote with UT Libraries Resources –Word 2003 Need help using EndNote? Online Resources for EndNote firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.lib.utk.edu/refs/endnote/ What is EndNote and why should I use it? EndNote is bibliographic management software you can use to: • Organize your research (citations, full-text articles, images, notes) • Automatically generate in-text citations and bibliography as you write • Automatically create reading lists and bibliographies • Use templates to format papers for submission to journals 1. Create an EndNote Library Open EndNote. Start…Programs…EndNote…Endnote Program Create a new EndNote Library. File…New Name your library and click Save. 2. Manually Enter Citations Go to References…New…<choose Reference Type from drop down menu> Enter citation information or copy and paste text from your citation source 3. Automatically Import/Export Journal Citations Direct Export: Academic Search Premier (also works for other EBSCO databases, such as ERIC and Business Source Premier) Run a search Mark your records by clicking Add to folder Click on Folder or Folder View Click Select All Click on the Export icon (paper with arrow) Click Direct Export to EndNote, ProCite, or Reference Manager Click Save Choose your EndNote library (will default to open library) Direct Export: Web of Science Mark records to be saved Scroll down to the bottom and choose Full Record Next, choose Save to EndNote, Refman… Choose your library (will default to open library) Import: PsycInfo-Proquest Run a search Mark records to be saved Click on Save/Print/Email Select Full Record-without References as the record type Click on Save and save the results file Within Endnote, click on Import under the File menu Choose the results file as the Import Data File Choose PsycInfo_CSA as the Import Option (you may need to download this from www.endnote.com) Click on Import Import: PubMed Run a search Mark your records 1 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE LIBRARIES 5/10/11 Send selections to clipboard. In clipboard, Send to File with Format Medline Save as a text file (extension txt) From EndNote, go to File – Import Browse to and choose the file you just saved. Under Import Options choose PubMed (NLM) 4. Managing Your EndNote Library Sort Library by clicking on columns: Author, Title Year Or, go to References…Sort Remove Duplicates References…Find Duplicates…Delete. Search for a subset. Type keywords in the search box. To use advanced search, click on the binoculars. 5. Automatically Importing Citations from the Online Catalog Click Tools – Online Search – New Search and choose the file U of Tennessee Search for records Ctrl + click to choose records (apple + click on a mac) From the “Copy Selected To” dropdown menu, choose your library 6. Using "cite while you write" feature with Word Choose a format for your bibliography: From the style drop-down menu , choose Select another style… Select a style and click choose. Open a Word document and an EndNote library. Place your cursor at a point in the Word document where you would like the citation to appear. Go to your EndNote library. Select a reference that you would like to insert into the Word document. Simply click once to highlight the reference. Go back to you document and click the Insert Citations Icon (insert selected citation icon). EndNote will automatically insert and format the citations and bibliography in your paper. 7. Create Bibliographies From EndNote, go to File - Export Name your file and for file type choose Rich Text Format (RTF) Save file. It can be opened by any word processing software. 8. Manuscript Templates In EndNote, click Tools – Manuscript Templates. Choose a style or journal title and click OK. Complete the template wizard. 2
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