Interested in learning Mendeley or Endnote? Online courses are being organized to teach you how to work with these reference managers. Use the link below to register.
Mendeley is a reference manager that can help you organize your research and collaborate with others online. Mendeley consists of an online account and plugin and a desktop install, which stores your references and attached literature to use when you are writing a paper or report. The online and desktop version synchronize to give you access to your library anywhere and anytime.
EndNote is a software tool for managing your personal library. You can save full-text articles in your own database and use those to build reference lists in works you are writing. References can be imported via the import citation options many research databases offer. Full-texts can be saved instantly. The large output style library allows you to use EndNote for in-article citations and for almost all publishing styles and requested formats in the reference list. The University of Twente has a license for EndNote that also allows for it to be installed at home. It is possible to synchronize your EndNote library over different computers.
Please register here. (Registration full, will be reopend for the next course)
On April 29th (10:00-11:00) information specialists will be available to help you with your questions and problems regarding reference managers. The Endnote, Mendeley and Bibtex specialist will be available using this link. Bibtex support is also available in person in the library at the Vrijhof. If there’s enough interest, we will repeat these meetings on a regular base. The struggle is over, we can help you!