Research Bites: EndNote and Web of Science training

We have some great training sessions coming up this month for staff and postgraduate research students.

Endnote Fundamentals

Monday 17th June: 11am – 12:30pm
Library Training Room 1 (Level 4 of the Library)
Presenter: Shirley Millar, Academic Liaison Librarian
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An introduction to the most commonly used functions in EndNote including:

  • Familiarisation with the desktop
  • Creating and editing references
  • Capturing references
    • Importing references from online databases and catalogues
    • Importing PDFs and automatically creating references
    • Dealing with PDFs if the reference is not generated
  • Organising references with Groups
  • Cite While You Write automatically creating in-text citations and bibliography
    • Quality checks on the bibliography and editing problems
  • Synchronise with EndNote Online when working on the move

Advanced EndNote

Monday 24th June: 3:15pm – 4:45pm
Cottrell, Room 2Y5
Presenter: Bob Green, Clarivate Analytics
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EndNote is reputed to be the referencing software of choice for research projects and systematic reviews but are you getting the best from it? Come along to this Research Bites session for hints and tips to make EndNote work harder to organise your references.

Web of Science for Researchers (including Kopernio and Manuscript Matcher)

24th June: 1:30pm-3:00pm
Cottrell, Room 2Y5
Presenter: Bob Green, Clarivate Analytics
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Web of Science – a crucial resource for finding and analysing the most relevant information in science, social science, arts and humanities (including journals, books, data, patents, conference proceedings and more) brings powerful tools to show the value and impact of research and add context and insight to search results.

Embedded tools help you track research and citations across time, content types and subject areas – showing the value and impact of research and bringing to light references and articles of interest.  

Kopernio enables one-click access to PDFs from library subscriptions and open access repositories.

Manuscript Matcher helps you easily find the ideal place for your work to be published

Clare Allan
Senior Research Librarian

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