Endnote For Students
I can now add myself to the group of academics who find it absolutely necessary to use EndNote. (Ok, really, I won’t go that far. I haven’t gone off the deep end, so don’t worry..)
Like many medical students, I am on the road to publishing a manuscript. The focus will be my work combining medical education and technology. My mentor recommended EndNote, so naturally, I rushed to get the program. Another option for students is Refworks, which is a cheaper and more userfriendly option. But let’s focus on EndNote, shall we?
EndNote is a great resource for students conducting research. This software is used by researchers, writers, and the like to organize their references, images, and PDFs. Users can also create bibliographies easily. In addition to the software, researchers also have access to Endnote Web, which allows you to collaborate with others easily. Luckily, there is an EndNote for Windows and Macintosh.
So what do you get with EndNote? According to their website, you will be able to:
– Search bibliographic databases on the Internet
– Organize references, images, PDFs and other files
– Watch the bibliography and figure list appear as you write!
– Collaborate using EndNote Web, the Web-based research and writing component of EndNote
Below are links to student reviews about each EndNote software
Endnote X3 Student Edition for Windows
Endnote X3 for Windows
Endnote X3 Upgrade for Windows
Endnote X2 Windows
Good luck in the writing of your manuscript.
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