EndNote Online Workshops coming you way

Did you get poor marks in your last assessment because your referencing just wasn’t good enough?

The library is here to help!

To help avoid referencing headaches CSU offers free downloads of EndNote software to staff and students. EndNote can be used to manage your references, insert citations and reference lists into MS Word documents and annotate stored PDFs. EndNote can be used on PCs and Macs.

To help you make the most of EndNote the Library is running a
series of EndNote online workshops via Adobe Connect for undergraduate and
postgraduate course work students. These workshops are suitable for students
studying by distance or on campus. 

Upcoming EndNote workshops

EndNote for PC – beginners: Monday, May 11th

Take the pain out of referencing and get better marks for your assessments by learning how to use EndNote. Designed for students who have never used EndNote, will have you up and running in no time.

EndNote for Mac: Tuesday, May 12th

This session is designed for students who have never used EndNote and who use a Mac, we will have you up and running with EndNote in no time.

EndNote for PC – advanced: Thursday, 14th May

Are you getting the most out of EndNote? More than just a referencing tool, EndNote is also invaluable for organising and managing your references, saving you valuable time and effort. This workshop builds upon the basics covered in EndNote 1.

Find out more about the workshops and register

What are online library workshops?

Our Online Library Workshops are for students studying by distance or on campus. Workshops are conducted over the Internet and run for one hour. You will need to pre-book to ensure you receive your email detailing how to join the workshop.

Curious about EndNote? Want to get a head start? have a look through our EndNote Library Guide

Have a specific EndNote questions? Ask a Librarian 
Need general referencing help? Contact ALLaN

2 thoughts

  1. Hi Donna,
    welcome to CSU! We shall be running these workshops again at the start of session 2, in July 2015, so keep following us and we'll be sure to let you know.

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