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Happy Prof=Happy Student: Use Endnote

Do you want to make your professors happy? Learn the citation style used in your discipline and know how to format citations and references. One way to do this is to use software like Endnote, which is available free to UT students.

Endnote is an application for helping you organize your citations and publish them in your papers. To help you make the most of Endnote, the UT Libraries is hosting a workshop called “Introduction to Endnote.” This workshop, led by Jeanine Williamson, is designed to show you how to format your citations automatically, create a library of citations, and insert them in to Microsoft Word papers. This hands-on class will get you started using Endnote. This workshop will be offered three times during the spring semester:

February 1, 3:30 p.m.—Hodges Library (211)
February 10, 1:30 p.m.—Hodges Library (211)
March 1, 3:30 p.m.—Hodges Library (211)