EndNote is a citation management software that makes it easier to format and organize bibliographies. EndNote lets you format citations, compile a bibliography, and cite in-text while you write.
Join Kornhauser Librarian, John Chenault, on July 11th at 10 AM to learn about EndNote and best practices. Find out more @ https://library.louisville.edu/endnote
RSVP to John Chenault @ email@example.com or (502) 852-3901.
Event held at Kornhauser Health Sciences Library in the History Room.
Want to get started with EndNote, the popular citation management software program freely available to all UofL faculty, staff, and students? Come to the workshop on Thursday, June 7 from 1-2:30pm in Ekstrom Library w103.
We will cover downloading the program, importing citations, working with MS Word, and synching with EndNoteWeb. More information is available here http://louisville.libguides.com/endnote along with the registration form. The workshop is free but registration is limited to 10 people.
May 15, 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. History Room 301, Kornhauser Library, HSC, Free to the UofL community
Kornhauser Library will present training for EndNote, a citation management software that makes it easier to format and organize bibliographies. Reserve your spot today. Class is limited to 15 people. To register, email John Chenault or call 852-3901.
Additional Information: website
Kornhauser Library will present an EndNote training on Tuesday, March 20 from 10-11:30 AM. Contact John Chenault, firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 852-3901, to reserve your spot.
More information about EndNote can be found here: https://library.louisville.edu/endnote/starthere
Additional trainings will be held:
– Introduction to Endnote: Thursday, April 19, 10:00 am – 11:30 am
– Introduction to Endnote: Tuesday, May 15, 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Don’t forget to RSVP for Kornhauser Library’s EndNote training taking place November 8th @ 10 am. RSVP with John Chenault @ email@example.com or 852-3901!
Learn more at: https://library.louisville.edu/endnote/starthere
By Amber Willenborg
Research assignments can lead to enlightenment, but, as the scholarship on information literacy indicates, the path isn’t easy. The Project Information Literacy Freshmen Study found that students face many challenges with finding and using information, from locating appropriate databases to reading research articles and evaluating information. With this in mind, and in direct response to faculty requests for a one-stop research resource for students, the library has unveiled our new Research DIY website.
Research DIY is an online tool featuring visually appealing infographics, videos, and step-by-step instructions to help students get started with a wide variety of research tasks. The PIL Freshmen Study revealed that students struggle most with formulating online searches, selecting and locating research resources, and reading and comprehending materials. On the DIY website, students will find resources that directly address these struggles: a video on generating keywords for searching, numerous videos with instructions for finding a variety of source types like scholarly articles, and an infographic on how to approach reading research articles. Research DIY also includes content created in conjunction with the University Writing Center to help students appropriately integrate sources into their research papers.
While the website is easy for students to find and use on their own, we encourage instructors to link to the site on Blackboard or in their syllabus, or direct students to sections of the website that would be helpful for particular assignments. In addition to Research DIY, the library offers a variety of teaching tools including online learning modules for practice with information literacy concepts and research guides for more in-depth information on research topics and resources. Librarians are also available to create custom content tailored to your class or assignment. The path may not be easy, but the library is here to illuminate your way forward to success.