Tuesday, September 25, 2007

EndNote Web

Citations getting out of hand? Where is the printout of the article you found last week? Is your brain too overloaded to alphabetize your list of works cited? Is your car on its last legs?

EndNote Web can solve three of these problems, and it’s now available on our Databases A-Z page. Start by signing up for an account; references may be downloaded or exported from another database as a file and then imported into your EndNote Web account. References can also be collected directly from ISI Web of Knowledge databases or created manually.

Manage your references by organizing them into folders that may be shared with other registered users. Create a list of works cited by formatting and saving select items.

Find help online by refering to the EndNote Web support center page, and good luck about the car. At least if it breaks down you won’t have to worry about parking.

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