Workshop Details

EndNote: The Basics

This workshop, suitable for all levels of users, will teach you to use EndNote and it will suggest its diverse uses to you. EndNote is a very flexible database. It will allow you to store and make findable documents in many formats. Bibliography and footnote generation are great; but being able to store, organize and read the PDF versions of articles when needed, store images or other formats - as well as save your thoughts on a reading - can also make you more efficient. The "mechanical" aspects of EndNote use – downloading material off the Web, finding full text and loading full text automatically from within EndNote, and inserting citations as you write - become easier each year. Master the basics; but consider the possibilities. Excluding a little practice outside of class, you're 90 minutes away from knowing how to use EndNote.

This workshop is sponsored by the UB Libraries.

  • Category: Library Research
  • Type: Hands-on
  • Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
  • Location: 109 Lockwood Library, North Campus
  • Reasonable Accommodations: If you require reasonable accommodations to participate in this workshop, please contact our office (, 716-645-7700) as soon as possible.