Presentation on theme: "NUS Medical / Science Library 1 Basic Workshop. NUS Medical / Science Library 2 Objective To Learn to use EndNote software to manage references and easily."— Presentation transcript:
NUS Medical / Science Library 2 Objective To Learn to use EndNote software to manage references and easily insert / format citations, create bibliographies in your publication
NUS Medical / Science Library 3 What is A software that: stores and organizes references found from many sources inserts these citations into a Word document, and automatically format your references according to a predefined citation style
NUS Medical / Science Library 4 Flow Process in EndNote Search and save References (eg. PubMed, Web of Science) Microsoft Word “Cite While You Write” Import Export Other citation stylesJAMA / Vancouver citation style
NUS Medical / Science Library 5 5 Steps to Import Citations into your research paper 1.Install EndNote on your PC/Laptop 2.Create an EndNote Library 3.Collect References and Import into EndNote 4.Insert (Cite) the References in Microsoft Word 5.Change Reference (Citation) Style
NUS Medical / Science Library 6 Step 1: Install EndNote on PC/Laptop a)Login to NUSNET on NUS campus (login via WebVPN for off-campus) b)Click on http://software.nus.edu.sg/catalogue/sc- setup.exe to install the Software Catalogue Client 1.2http://software.nus.edu.sg/catalogue/sc- setup.exe c)In your PC, go to Start -- > All Programs Software Catalogue Click on Software Catalogue Client 1.2 d) A window opens, entitled Software Catalogue. e)On the left, under Software Category, click on Specialised Applications f)Click on EndNote X3 to install
NUS Medical / Science Library 7 Step 2 : Create an EndNote Library a) Open EndNote. b) Click on File New... to create a new EndNote Library. c) Enter a filename. d) Click Save.
NUS Medical / Science Library 8 Step 3 : Collect References/Citations a) Method 1: Search in databases and export citations (PubMed) b)Method 2: Search PubMed directly in EndNote c) Method 3 : Manually enter a Reference
NUS Medical / Science Library 9 Step 3 : Collect References/Citations Method 1 Search in databases and export citations a)Perform search in PubMedPubMed b)Mark references to be saved c)At the Send to: drop-down menu, select File. d)At Format, select MEDLINE. Click Create File. e)Click Save to save the File to your desktop.
NUS Medical / Science Library 10 Method 1 Con’d: Import into EndNote a)Open an EndNote library previously created. b)To import references, click on. A dialogue box “Import” appears: i.Import data file: Browse for the saved file from PubMed ii.Import option : Click Other filters. Look for the database name PubMed (NLM). Click Choose. c)Click Import. The references will appear in your active EndNote Library.
NUS Medical / Science Library 11 Step 3 : Collect References/Citations Method 2: Search PubMed directly in EndNote Valid only for Freely Available Databases Valid only for Freely Available Databases This Method good for Known Citations This Method good for Known Citations a) In an EndNote Library, under Online Search on the left, click on PubMed (NLM). b)Enter keyword in search box c)Retrieved records from 1 through XX. Enter the desired number for XX. d)All records (relevant?) will be saved into EndNote
NUS Medical / Science Library 12 Step 3 : Collect References/Citations Method 3: Manually Create a Reference in EndNote Useful for working papers / manuscripts which are not found in databases Useful for working papers / manuscripts which are not found in databases a) In an EndNote Library, at the top, click on References New Reference b) Under Reference Type:, click on the drop-down menu and select accordingly (eg. Web Page) c)Enter information such as author, year, title d)Simply click on X (close the window) and the reference will be saved
NUS Medical / Science Library 13 Other Features a) Remove Duplicates i. In an EndNote Library, click References on the menu bar Find Duplicates b) Organise References into Groups (or folders) i.Highlight a reference in EndNote Library ii.Right – Click Add References To Create Custom Group… iii.Type a group name. Enter. c)Attach a file to a reference d)Auto-Filtering with Smart Groups e)Compress a Library and Email to Colleague f)Direct Links to Web of Science via Library Proxy
CWYW Toolbar in Microsoft Word Microsoft Word 2003 Microsoft Word 2007
NUS Medical / Science Library 15 Step 4: Insert References in Word (Cite While You Write) a)In an EndNote library, highlight a reference. b)In Microsoft Word, place cursor at insertion point. c)Look for the EndNote toolbar: i.For Word 2003, click on 4 th button Insert Selected Citation(s) ii.For Word 2007, click on the button Insert Citation. Click Insert Selected Citation(s). d)The reference is inserted.
Step 5: Change Reference Style NUS Medical / Science Library 16 a)In Microsoft Word, look for the EndNote toolbar: a)For Word 2003 & below, click on the 3 rd button Format Bibliography. b)For Word 2007, go to: Style: Select another style b)Under With output style, click Browse... c)Select the desired journal style. Eg. JAMA d)The references are now re-formatted.
Customize Citations Edit Citation(s) Use this command to make any changes inside a citation, such as adding page numbers or removing author names from author-date citations. Edit Library Reference(s) This command allows you to quickly access the specific record for any selected citation. Other CWYW Features 17 NUS Medical / Science Library
Additional CWYW Features Insert Note Use this command to insert explanatory notes to be numbered as though they were bibliography entries, and then placed in the bibliography. Other CWYW Features 18 NUS Medical / Science Library
Additional CWYW Features Unformat Citation(s) This command will remove the formatted bibliography and citations and replace all citations with plain-text placeholders that EndNote can match to library records to create formatted citations. This command is commonly used when moving documents between word-processing programs. Other CWYW Features 19 NUS Medical / Science Library
Additional CWYW Features Remove Field Codes This command will create a second copy of the document with all EndNote field coding removed (you can generally recognize field codes such as formatted EndNote citations by their turning grey when you select them in Word). It is used when sending documents to a publisher because the field coding used for EndNote citations can sometimes cause problems for publishers’ page layout programs. Other CWYW Features 20 NUS Medical / Science Library
Additional CWYW Features Export Traveling Library EndNote creates a hidden “traveling” library containing only the references used in each paper. This traveling library is part of the coded information contained in each citation. Use this command to export the references (exclude Notes, Abstract, Figure & Caption) in this traveling library to a regular EndNote library. Other CWYW Features 21 NUS Medical / Science Library
22 EndNote vs EndNote Web FeaturesEndNoteEndNote Web AdvantagesWork on references and cite independent of Web – less processing time Web-based : longer processing & connection time Full install on computer. No expiry. Account expires if you leave NUS Stores unlimited no. of references Max. 10,000 references only Store full-text (eg. PDF, sound files) Unable to store full-text DisadvantagesReferences stored on local computer. Needs to save and move references to another computer. Can work on references anywhere with Internet (renew account every 12 months via NUSNET)
Email : email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com LION – How to Use EndNoteLION – How to Use EndNote LION – How to Use EndNote WebLION – How to Use EndNote Web EndNote X3 Getting Started GuideEndNote X3 Getting Started Guide EndNote X3 Tutorial - View Online or DownloadView OnlineDownload EndNote FAQsEndNote FAQs EndNote Discussion ForumEndNote Discussion Forum Help 23 NUS Medical / Science Library
24 More Info! For assistance with installation via NUS Software Catalogue, contact firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Best Wishes in Your Referencing Medical / Science Library Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org Info Desk Tel: 65162454 NUS Medical / Science Library