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Classes

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 Classes

Schedule course-specific EndNote training (at least seven people) by emailing endnote@utk.edu.

  • Monday, Oct 13, 2014: Introduction to Endnote
    3:30-5:00 pm

    Room 211 Hodges

    Register by emailing endnote@utk.edu . Please indicate whether you use Mac or PC.
  • Monday, Oct 20, 2014: NVivo and Endnote
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    3:30-5:00 pm

    Room 211 Hodges

    Please register at https://workshop.utk.edu.

    Instructors: Rochelle Butler and Jeanine Williamson
 

Class Handouts

Class Handouts (outlines of the introductory Endnote class:

What is EndNote?

EndNote is citation management software you can use to:

  • Organize your research (citations, full-text articles, images, notes)
  • Automatically generate in-text citations and bibliography as you write
      
     

    EndNote at UTK

    download buttonChoose Thomson Reuters on the OIT software
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    Current version for Mac: Endnote X7 for Mac.                                        
    Current version for PC: EndNote X7 for Windows.
              Product Key:  If asked for during installation, follow these instructions.

     
    Licensed for:  UTK, UTC, UTSI, UTHSC faculty, students, and staff

    APA 6th Style Problem for EndNote X6:  Find a fix here

     

    Learn About EndNote

     

    Get Help

    Help via email:
    endnote@utk.edu

    Help from Endnote.com :
    1-800-336-4474-4-1

    People who can help:
    Jeanine Williamson
    jwilliamson@utk.edu
    (Hodges Library)
    (865) 974-9164

    Peter Fernandez
    (Pendergrass Library)

    Ann Viera
    (Pendergrass Library)

    Lin Wu
    (University of Tennesee Health Sciences Center)

    Beverly Kutz
    (University of Tennessee, Chattanooga)

    Do-it-Yourself Help at Endnote.com


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