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EndNote Desktop Workshop



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This video will show you the basics of using EndNote Desktop including creating an EndNote Library, adding referencing styles (RMIT Harvard), exporting references from databases (LibrarySearch, ProQuest, Google Scholar), and using the Cite While You Write plugin for Word in author-date (APA 7th) and footnote (Chicago 17th) styles.

For more information on using EndNote visit the RMIT Library EndNote webpage https://www.rmit.edu.au/library/research/searching-referencing-copyright/reference-management-tools/endnote-desktop,
EndNote Beginners Guide https://rmit.libguides.com/endnote,
or contact Ask the Library https://www.rmit.edu.au/library/about-and-contacts/ask-the-library


0:00 Introduction
1:58 Create an EndNote Library
3:33 Manually create and edit references
5:42 Direct Export: LibrarySearch
7:10 Direct Export: ProQuest
8:44 Direct Export: Google Scholar
9:23 View and select referencing styles
10:48 Add RMIT Harvard Style
13:48 Reset reference types to default settings
14:13 EndNote & Word (Cite While You Write)
14:33 EndNote & Word: Author-date styles (APA7th)
21:00 EndNote & Word: Footnote styles (Chicago 17th)
27:00 Available Support
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Management
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