Learn how to use and cite information in your papers and projects.

Different academic disciplines have specific guidelines for organizing material and citing sources. These rules are published as style manuals. While each citation system is distinct, the underlying rationale is the…

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EndNote is a bibliographic reference manager, one of several on the market today. It is a great tool for academic research and publishing. Using Endnote, citations can be stored, searched…

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Getting Started Guide: where to download it, how to set preferences, create libraries, get references into endnote, format citations, and use endnote with word      

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In the instructions below Direct Export refers to the direct transmission of records from a database to the EndNote library. Filter Import refers to a two-step process involving the saving…

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In the instructions below Direct Export refers to the direct transmission of records from a database to the EndNote library. Filter Import refers to a two-step process involving the saving…

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Getting Started Guide: where to download it, how to set preferences, create libraries, get references into endnote, format citations, and use endnote with word      

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EndNote is free to all UCD faculty, staff and full-time students while at UC Davis.   Below is a link to a Wikipedia comparison table listing over 30 bibliographic/reference management software…

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