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Tips for EndNote: Authors' Names

EndNote has very particular rules about how to format authors' names so that they appear correctly in your in-text citations and reference lists. Each author has to appear on a separate line in the Author field of the record, and *must* follow one of the following two patterns: Smith, John OR John Smith EndNote can take either of those patterns to make the name appear in the right format in your paper (you can use initials instead of the authors' given names). This can get a little tricky if your author is a company or corporation (like, say, James Cook University Library ) or a name like Dalai Lama or Dr. Seuss , which have to be kept in order rather than broken into the  surname, initial  pattern. If you simply type James Cook University Library into the Author field, EndNote will put it in your in-text citations like this:   (Library, 2015) .*  And it will put it in your reference list like this: Library, J.C.U. (2012). The secret is the comma.  EndNote as

JCU Hearts in Support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart

 Wadda Mooli / Greetings all, JCU is committed to working towards the achievement of genuine and sustainable reconciliation between Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the wider community. For this year’s National Reconciliation Week , the JCU Libraries on the Bebegu Yumba and the Nguma-bada campuses are hosting an interactive activity in support of the Uluru Statement from the Heart , calling for a Voice to Parliament, Treaty and Truth-telling. The National Reconciliation Week 2022 theme, “Be Brave. Make Change.” is a challenge to all Australians— individuals, families, communities, organisations and government—to Be Brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can Make Change for the benefit of all Australians. JCU Hearts in Support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart includes a pop up information booth/selfie station situated in the libraries where visitors, staff, students and the community can become familiar with the Statement a

“Tribute” Arone Meeks - Stunning Exhibition Opens

Curator, Geoff Dixon has stated  I curated Tribute with the vibrancy and life force of Arone’s colour palette in mind, as much as his unique design and stories along with the immediacy and fluidity of his impeccable line and brushwork.   Untitled (two figures with emblems) (2018), Monoprint: oil based inks on Arches papaer, 800mm x 600mm, © Estate of Arone Meeks, Photographer: Michael Marzik. This beautiful exhibition of 21 vibrant and dynamic paintings and monoprints by nationally and internationally acclaimed Queensland artist Arone Meeks (1957 – 2021) has been created to mark out the 30th Anniversary of the Mabo Decision. It also joins the JCU Library’s 14 year tradition of regularly holding a Library Art exhibition to celebrate the renaming of the University Library on the Townsville Bebegu Yumba campus to the Eddie Koiki Mabo Library in 2008 on the 21st of May. Read more about this here .   Evidence (2020), Acrylic on canvas, 1835mm x 1210mm, © Estate of Arone Meeks, Phot