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EndNote Web Tutorials Created by ISI

A note about Endnote forwarded from Jon Jeffryes:

Hi all,

I get questions every once in a while asking for more details about EndNoteWeb (from users and staff).

Just so folks know every UMN student, faculty or staff can access an EndNoteWeb Account *for free* it comes as part of the Web of Science Subscription.

EndNote suggests that it is appropriate to use it as a supplement to EndNote desktop or for undergraduate-level research.

The reason I'm writing is that EndNote just put up some tutorials for using EndNoteWeb. So, if you want to learn more: http://www.endnote.com/training/

I'll plan on linking to these on the FAQ I put together last year...https://www.lib.umn.edu/faq/6721

If you have any questions I'm happy to help troubleshoot.


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