Save time! Simplify bibliographies! Create perfect footnotes!
If you routinely write papers and cite your resources in a bibliography or footnotes you can save time using Endnote. This software program allows you to create files holding your bibliographic data. These are called libraries. You can add resources manually or search in catalogs and/or databases and add them automatically.
Once you have created a library of resources (books, journal articles, interviews, websites, etc.) you are all set to repeatedly cite this information correctly. Endnote reduces the amount of typing you have to do when you’re working on a paper. You can also create annotated bibliographies automatically without having to format them.
Anyone who has writing a thesis on their To Do List can simplify the process with Endnote. Luther Seminary has a site license and the software is available to load on your computer. Contact Network Services for a copy.
A workshop or a refresher tutorial can be arranged. Contact Jennie, x458 with questions.
Scavenger Hunt: Open to all students currently enrolled at Luther Seminary. Begins October 1, ends October 28. All questions will be posted in the Library Blog (Behind the Library Mask) during October. Keep a list of the questions & your answers and submit all at the same time with your name and contact information. All entries are due by 2:00pm October 29. All correct entries will be entered in a drawing to be held during the Open House.
Scavenger Hunt Clue #5: What notice is posted above the copy machines?
What law does this refer to?
What is the blue poster to the right of the copy machine on level 4?