Library Services


Introduction to EndNote

07 August 2018, 2:30 pm–4:30 pm

Event Information

Open to


Location: Queen Square Library Training Room, 1st Floor, 23 Queen Square

Who is eligible to attend?

UCL staff and students and UCLH staff are eligible to attend. You must be registered with UCL Library Services.

Booking a place:

You must make a booking before attending the course. Please email your request to us at: ​neurolibrary@ucl.ac.ukPlease note courses may be cancelled at short notice if too few bookings are received; your booking is only secured when you have received a confirmation email from us shortly before the course date. 

Course outline:

EndNote is a package for collecting and organising reference information and for citing references in a Word document. It enables you to cite references and produce a bibliography automatically in a preferred style and is especially useful for those writing papers and theses. By the end of the session you will:

  • understand what EndNote is and what it can do
  • be able to create, open and close an EndNote Library
  • be able to add and edit a reference manually and by importing information from electronic sources such as databases (eg. Web of Science) and catalogues
  • be able to attach full text documents to references
  • be able to organise and manage references
  • be able to insert citations and bibliographies into a Word document

Further information:

  1. Due to the nature of this course, participants arriving more than 15 minutes after the published start time will not be permitted to join the session.
  2. EndNote is available on laptops we use for this course. After the course, you may need to install it on your own computer and this may involve a cost. UCLH staff will need to consult the Trust IT ServiceDesk for advice if they wish to install the software on a UCLH-owned computer.