Effective usage of Endnote and Google for Biomedical Research - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Fri Jan 14

Speaker: Pamela Shaw, MSLIS (Biosciences & Bioinformatics Librarian at NU)\

Title: Effective usage of Endnote and Google for Biomedical Research

Abstract:
*Endnote
An introduction to the basic aspects of creating, building, and managing a collection of bibliographic references using EndNote software. Learn how to add citations to an EndNote library and create a bibliography in Word using an EndNote library.
Presentation objectives: At the completion of this class, the participant will:
" Understand the purpose of using EndNote, a bibliographic management program
" Know how to create a new library and add references to an existing library by manual entry, by searching databases through EndNote software, and by importing search results from a saved database search
" Be able to perform searches and edit references within an EndNote library
" Know how to use EndNote in conjunction with Microsoft Word to insert citations within text and generate a bibliography formatted in a desired style
" Know how EndNote can be acquired
*Google for Biomedical Research
This workshop introduces users to Google's advanced searching techniques and tools for accessing scholarly materials on the Web.
Presentation objectives: At the completion of this class, the participant will:
" Know how to use the advanced search features of Google to find scholarly materials
" Know how to use Google Scholar and Google Book Search
" Learn about the benefits of having your own iGoogle page