New guide to using EndNote X2

June 18, 2009 at 8:35 am | Posted in useful links | Leave a comment
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I maintain the University’s Academic Skills website, which hosts all kinds of advice and resources for students about developing their academic (study) skills. The Assistive Technology Service have just sent me a useful basic guide to the EndNote X2 bibliographic software, which is now available online. It covers:

  • getting started
  • managing your EndNote library
  • using EndNote with Word and
  • working with external databases.

I use Dreamweaver to maintain the site – a sharp contrast to TeamSite with its WYSIWYG editor and simple and quick drag-and-drop link making. Still, the new LATEU website is nearly done…

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