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Jenny Emanuel, Reference Librarian
Main Library - Library 314
Learn how to use EndNote, a citation management software program, to keep track and organize citations and cite while you write your papers. Heavily used by researchers across campus, EndNote is available for Macs and PCs and can be purchased from the U of I Webstore http://webstore.illinois.edu/home/ for $55. We often hear graduate students say that they wish they had implemented a citation management strategy at the beginning of their academic careers - don't let this happen to you!
If you already own EndNote, check out our EndNote support site for helpful tips and information: http://uiuc.libguides.com/endnote. You are welcome to bring your laptop, with EndNote installed, to the class session for hands-on practice.
You will learn how to:
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