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Plagiarism, What's the Big Deal?: Tools at Shepard Library

This LibGuide will define plagiarism, describe some of the consequences, and give a brief instruction to citation resources. This guide was created by Danielle Colbert-Lewis and Mary Ann Barnett.

EndNote

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EndNote Online Guide

The guide below will help you get started using EndNote Web.

Check out the EndNote LibGuide

What is EndNote Web? (click on the hyperlink).

 

What is EndNote?

The James E. Shepard Memorial Library makes EndNote accessible to you. You can access EndNote web or download EndNote X9. To download EndNote X9 first Login to myEOL to download the EndNote X9 for PC or for Mac from the Software Repository.

EndNote allows you to:

COLLECT:

Search hundreds of online resources for references and PDFs.

Find full text in one click.

Import records from PubMed with the new direct export format.

COLLABORATE:

Share groups and references.

Hand-off Word files with full reference files.

CREATE:

Format references for any project with Cite While You Write®.

Search and annotate PDFs.

Create uniform citations and footnotes with new formatting tools.

 

EndNote and EndNote Web