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EndNote @ the UofC: Guides

EndNote - a powerful citation management tool. Download references, organize them and cite with ease.

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Libraries and Cultural Resources supports EndNote on campus by providing Workshops and one-on-one consultations.

Look at the Workshop Calendar for sessions offered both on the Main campus and Foothills campus.

  • On the main campus - Taylor Family Digital Library workshops are usually about 3 hours long and you should leave the session feeling confident that you can use EndNote efficiently, from gathering your references to using them in a paper, thesis or works for publication. This session is endorsed by "My Grad Skills", Faculty of Graduate Studies.
  • At the Health Sciences Library (Foothills Campus), sessions are shorter (1/2 hour) and cover basic concepts for those that like a fast start-up. 

Here is a link to the Workshops Calendar.

EndNote also provides tutorials, online instruction, and support.