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  1. article | Publicly viewable

    Read about the settings you need, and the steps to import a reference directly from Google Scholarinto your EndNote library

  2. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    This task will give you a flavour of how RefWorks can be used to cite those references into your own word-processed documents and papers, and to automatically assemble bibliographies.

  3. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Use EndNote to build a library of the papers, books and other text you encounter in your research. EndNote also helps you insert citations to those works into your own word-processed documents and papers.

  4. article | Publicly viewable

    A note outlining the steps to take, when importing references directly from the PubMed website into your EndNote library

  5. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    More advanced work on building and customising a library of references (to follow the Up & Running course)
    [note this is not a current course]

  6. event | Oxford only

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in the Humanities are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  7. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    A first look at EndNote - a tool for storing and managing references and creating bibliographies
    [note this is not a current course]

  8. video | Publicly viewable

    What RefWorks is and why it might be useful - a series of video tutorials

  9. video | Publicly viewable

    View video tutorials online for some useful tips and tricks for using EndNote to manage your research reading and to format your citations and bibliographies.

  10. website | Publicly viewable

    WorldCat brings together Library catalogues from across the world

  11. article | Publicly viewable

    Used to best effect, bibliographic software like EndNote can be a powerful information management tool. This article discusses the value of using bibliographic software in your research.

  12. article | Publicly viewable | v. X8

    Exercises in this course ask you to visit certain websites. Clickable web addresses are given here, so that you can go directly to them.

  13. article | Publicly viewable

    You do this in your thesis and published papers, of course, but there are many other ways you can share your results.

  14. event | Oxford only

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Medical Science are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  15. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    ARTstor includes image collections in archives, libraries, museums, etc., which include many images relevant to archaeological studies

  16. software | Publicly viewable

    Use the free service EndNote Online to build a library of the papers, books and other text you encounter in your research. EndNote Online also helps you insert citations to those works into your own word-processed documents and papers.

  17. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X8

    A first look at EndNote - an app for storing and managing references and creating bibliographies

  18. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X8

    Get your research reading properly organised, collecting papers, PDFs and references and citing them in your own work

  19. article | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    EndNote is widely used with Microsoft Word, but it can be used with a range of other word-processors with Windows or Mac OS or LaTeX. Read about working with other word-processors.

  20. article | Publicly viewable

    In synthesising your research, you combine your thoughts, results and conclusions with references and illustrations and write it up in a suitable format

  21. event | Oxford only

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Social Science are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  22. hands-on task | Oxford only

    WorldCat is the world’s largest network of library content and services, containing references for approximately 1.5 billion items from thousands of libraries worldwide.

  23. playlist | Oxford only

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: Enhance your online presence using CSS.

  24. event | Oxford only

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Maths, Physical and Life Sciences are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  25. article | Publicly viewable

    If part of your EndNote library gets lost or corrupted, there is a chance you can recover the library.
    Read the steps - and resolve to keep backup copies from now on!

  26. software | Publicly viewable

    citeulike is a free service for storing, organising and sharing the papers you are reading

  27. article | Publicly viewable

    Download a referencing output style for History at Oxford

  28. article | Publicly viewable

    Download a filter to help you import BibTeX files into EndNote and a style for outputting EndNote references in BibTeX format (suitable for ORCID uploading)

  29. article | Publicly viewable

    Choosing a suitable reference type will mean that relevant field names are shown, and the citation will be formatted appropriately. While many references are journal articles, books, etc, EndNote has plenty of more specialist types for you to use.

  30. article | Publicly viewable

    The main legal citation style in the UK is the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA). A corresponding output style can be downloaded and included in EndNote's repertoire of styles.

  31. playlist | Oxford only | v. 2013

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: learn to create spreadsheets that are efficient, easy to understand and reliable.

  32. software | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    Find out about the EndNote software and how to get a copy

  33. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    Learn to create spreadsheets that are efficient, easy to understand and reliable.

  34. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    Learn to create spreadsheets that are efficient, easy to understand and reliable (old version of this course)

  35. article | Publicly viewable

    This paper compares EndNote, RefWorks and (more briefly) Zotero, when used for managing and citing legal works using the OSCOLA referencing style

  36. playlist | Oxford only | v. X8

    A first look at EndNote - an app for storing and managing references and creating bibliographies

  37. playlist | Oxford only | v. X8

    An in-depth opportunity to get to know EndNote - a tool for storing and managing references and creating bibliographies

  38. playlist | Oxford only | v. X8

    Once you have an EndNote library set up, learn how to keep it well organised

  39. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    More advanced work on controlling the way that EndNote's in-text citations, footnote citations and bibliographies appear in a Word document (to follow the Up & Running course)
    [note this is not a current course]

  40. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    This course covers special aspects of Word which will help you create and manage your thesis or similar large, formal documents.

  41. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Keeping track of your references and formatting them correctly for your thesis or publication can be a chore. This introductory session gives an overview of how it works and the pros and cons of some tools available.

  42. article | Oxford only

    You can download some connection files which have been configured specifically for users who are members of Oxford University.

  43. article | Publicly viewable

    Read about options to adjust the behaviour of the MHRA footnote citation style

  44. article | Publicly viewable

    Notes can be taken in many different formats. Each method has advantages and disadvantages: you need to find what fits best with your working practices.

  45. software | Publicly viewable

    Use RefWorks to build a library of papers, books and other materials, insert in-text citations and footnotes and build bibliographies

  46. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - explore one of the most important Chinese ones: CAJ China Academic Journals

  47. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - try some key databases for Arabic and Islamic Studies

  48. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - explore the Bibliography of Asian Studies, one of the most important databases for South Asian studies

  49. article | Publicly viewable

    How to make sure you keep (and can find) all the variety of information you gather during your research

  50. playlist | Publicly viewable

    ATLAS.ti is a workbench for the qualitative analysis of large bodies of textual, graphical, audio and video data. It offers a variety of features and advanced analysis tools for analysing, coding, and visualising a wide range of qualitative data (e.g., text, image, video, audio, geo-data, and Twitter data).

  51. software | Publicly viewable

    Dropbox is a file synchronisation service

  52. software | Publicly viewable

    Google Scholar is a search engine for scholarly material such as peer-reviewed papers, theses, pre-prints, abstracts, and technical reports

  53. website | Publicly viewable

    Have you ever wondered how to cite a television advert? Or what about an extract from a DVD? Do you ever need to provide advice to students or contributors about how to reference audiovisual content within their own work?