Further work on controlling the way that EndNote's in-text citations, footnote citations and bibliographies appear in a Word document.EndNote is a citation manager: you use it to assemble a library with details of the many articles, books and other references you encounter in your research.Note: This course is designed to follow the Introduction course, so it assumes that you are already familiar with collecting references in an EndNote library, inserting citations in a document and formatting using EndNote's output styles.
- Editing output styles for papers and documents
- Options for an individual citation
- Templates and features of an output style
- Formatting citations in text
- Citations in footnotes
- Punctuation and page numbers in citations
- Standard and special bibliographies (eg. primary and secondary)
- Removing EndNote formatting
|Intended audience||Those who have created and worked with an EndNote library, and now need some special formatting for the citations in their own papers, reports and theses.|
|Prior knowledge||Referencing: EndNote - An introduction (Mac)|
|Resources||A course book must be purchased when you attend the course (included in the Cost below)|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||EndNote versions for Mac or Windows are very similar; this course is presented using Mac, but you can readily transfer what you learn here to use with Windows|
|Where next?||Referencing: EndNote - Building your library (Mac)|
Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.