Tag: EndNote

EndNote: adding and marking up PDFs

Add PDFs atuomatically

  • Open Athena and then EndNote.
  • Select the references to which you want to add a PDF.
  • Click "References" > "Find full text" > "Find full text". OR right-click and select "Find full text".
  • EndNote will now look for PDFs Ghent University has electronic access to and add …
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EndNote: cite while you write

Advantages of citing while you write

  • You don't forget to cite sources.
  • You put the footnotes in the right places.
  • You save time looking for the right source after writing your article.
  • You can automatically update references.
  • You can adjust reference styles easily.

 

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EndNote: creating a library

Steps

1. Open EndNote via Athena 

If you've never used Athena on this device before, install the Citrix client: https://helpdesk.ugent.be/athena/en/ica.php 

 

2. Click in EndNote on File > New

 

 

 

3. Save the library on your H:Drive, preferably in a separate folder

An .enl file and a …

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EndNote: how can I update or edit references?

To mannually edit a reference, simply select the reference and edit in the right-hand column.

Edit manually

If you want to manually edit a reference, you:

  • Open EndNote via Athena.
  • Select the reference you want to edit.
  • In the right-hand column, you can edit the reference in the tab …
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EndNote: how do you share your library?

You can share (parts of) your EndNote desktop library with up to 99 colleagues or peers.

Back up your library Make an online EndNote account
  • Make an online EndNote account by registering here
  • Use your UGent e-mail account so EndNote recognises …
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EndNote: how to add and delete references

Once you have uploaded all your references into your EndNote library, you can delete duplicate references and add references manually. You can also edit them manually or automatically.

 

Add references

Read this tip to learn about importing references from databases.

Add a reference manually:

  • Open Athena and EndNote.
  • Click …
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EndNote: how to create a group?

You can create groups in EndNote to structure your citations. There are three different groups:

  • a Group: you can add citations manually
  • a Smart Group: citations are added automatically
  • a Group Set: a cluster of (Smart) Groups

 

Group

If you want to create a group to which you can …

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EndNote: how to make a back up

You can back up your EndNote library by making a Compressed Library.

When you incorporate your EndNote library (.enl file) and your associated data folder (.data file), you create a Compressed Library. It is a smaller file than the .enl file and .data file combined and can be easily stored …

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EndNote: importing a Mendeley library

There are two ways to import a Mendeley library into EndNote.

RIS
  • Open your Mendeley library.
  • Click File > Export All > RIS - Research Information Systems (*.ris).
  • Save the file.
  • Open your EndNote library.
  • Click File > Import > File.
  • A pop-up window appears. Choose the file you just …
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    EndNote: importing references

    You can import references into EndNote from many different databases. In the clips below, we explain how to import references from the four most commonly used ones: the library's catalogue, Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar.

     

    Web of Science

    Click here for the Research tip on how to …

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    EndNote: what is a Traveling Library?

    "Traveling Library" refers to the citations that are embedded in a Word document. You can:

    • Send the Traveling Library to your publisher, alongside your manuscript
    • Export the Traveling Library from a Word document of a colleague
    Export a Traveling Library
    • Go to Word via Athena
    • Open your paper either via …
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    EndNote: what is your library's capacity?

    Ghent University has a license for EndNote desktop and has access to Web of Science.

     

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    Plagiarism detection: use of the tool StrikePlagiarism

    Where can you find the tool?

    Checking articles or other textual work for plagiarism? Recently, it can be done with a new tool, StrikePlagiarism. The new tool is built into the Ufora learning environment.

    Teachers (and their students) are already familiar with it in the context of checking …

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