Remember, there is a training session for EndNote Web this Tuesday (31st of August) at 3pm in the InfoHelp training room (the room with two doors on the top floor of the library building).
EndNote is a software programme that helps you to collect and organise your references so that you can generate in-Text references and reference lists in the correct style. It can also be used for coordinating your research for tasks like literature reviews and annotated bibliographies.
EndNote Web is the version of EndNote we recommend to undergraduate students and those who are likely to be using our GATCF computers in the library and computer labs more often than their own laptops or desktop computers.
EndNote Web is a version of EndNote that exists purely online, so you can access it from any computer connected to the Internet. It has a lot of features in common with the full version of EndNote (which will be the subject of next week's training session), but has a few notable differences.
Come to the session and we will show you how to access it and how to use it. It can save hours of time when it comes to referencing your assignment - and can be a very powerful tool for research.
You don't need to book, just turn up.