March 5, 2012
The task of converting references from a bibliography or reading list currently in word into your own personal Endnote library was typically a case of searching for the items in a database and then importing the results. Or typing them in by hand.
I have just been introduced to this piece of software called HubMed Citation Finder which allows you to paste in text from a document- thus searching for multiple articles- which you can then import into Endnote.
It uses pubmed to search for results.
Please let me know what you think….
April 14, 2010
I will be running some Endnote Web courses online next week – see dates below. To sign up please email email@example.com with your preferred time.
Tuesday 20th April 2-3pm GMT
Wednesday 21st April 6-7pm GMT
The format is basically a web conference where you can see my computer screen where I’ll be demonstrating Endnote Web, you’ll be able to see and hear me too and you can ask questions by typing into a forum as we go along. Hope to “meet” some of you there.
December 13, 2008
If you are using Endnote web you can now choose to output your references in the Cardiff University Vancouver style or in Cardiff University Harvard referencing style.
Find them in more output styles.
December 6, 2008
I have just had an update which might interest those of you using EndNote Web.
As you will already know if you have read my previous post about this, the best way to get an account is to first sign up to Web of Knowledge and then use the same account details for EndNote Web.
You need to login directly to Web of Knowledge once a year to keep your details alive. Obviously once you graduate from your course, you will no longer be entitled to use Web of Knowledge / Endnote as a Cardiff University student.
A useful help guide on how to import references into EndNote Web using various import filters from various database providers can be found here: http://www.lib.nus.edu/lion/e/endnoteweb.html (provided by the University of Singapore). For example the guide explains how to export a search from SCOPUS and import into Endnote web.
I hope you find all useful!
April 24, 2008
I just wanted to let you know that to use EndNote Web off campus you will need to sign up to Web of Knowledge for a personal account (also known as web of science) you can then use the same username and password for EndNote Web becuase it recognises Web of Knowledge personal accounts.
EndNote is a database for storing and retrieving references. You can use EndNote to save references, insert citations into word processed documents and automatically compile reference lists in any chosen format.
I think EndNote web offers a perfectly acceptable version of Endnote to use, but without the fee – currently £83!
For more information See EndNote Web Guide
For an Endnote Tutorial go to: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/insrv/educationandtraining/guides/endnote/index.html