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General question about the Endnote Learning Path
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Step 3: Checking Styles & References
Step 5: Managing your Endnote Library
EndNote Software provides a personal library space where you can collate all the references from the information sources you have used. EndNote works in partnership with MS Word to automate the creation of the in-text and end-text reference list; to acknowledge sources you have referred to in your own works.
Investing time in learning how to use EndNote will save you time in the long run and allow you to build your own ongoing record of research literature you have used throughout your studies.
We have developed this learning path to step you through how to set up and learn how to use Endnote Referencing Software.
Most of the videos have been sourced from LinkedIn Learning - a large course platform provided free to UWA Students and Staff.
These have been embedded throughout the learning steps; to view these and other courses on the LinkedIn Learning platform, view our information about setting up your authentication to use LinkedIn Learning.
Here is your first LinkedIn Learning video from the Course: "Endnote Essentials Training".This course is focused on Endnote X8 however this functionality is the same as EndNote X9 - the version currently supported by UWA.
This video segment "What is Endnote, who uses it, and how?" runs for the 3m54s, and will provide you with a good overview.
The whole "EndNote Essentials Training" course runs for 1hr, 23-minute course consisting of 25 short videos across 7 modules. It includes exercise files so you can try out your learning as you go. Where relevant, alternative commands for use with Macs are also provided.
We will feature segments throughout this Learning Path. If you want to do this LinkedIn Course in its entirety set up your access first.
Linkedin Learning is a platform that provides you with access to a wide range of online courses aimed at supporting you to develop skills in the use of business, research and creative technologies as well as career skills.
Access is free for all UWA Staff and Students, however you need to activate your account. Because of the partnership between LinkedIn and LinkedIn Learning you will also need to set up a LinkedIn profile, if you don't already have one.
Please go to our LinkedIn Learning at UWA for further support and instructions.
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