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Citing your references: Home

An ABC guide for different Medical, Nursing, and Public Health database on how to export references into the citation management tools: Endnote Web & Endnote Client

Citing your references

Step 1:  

a- Start by downloading

i- Endnote Client (On-Campus ONLY)- In COVID-19, it is also granted Off-campus

(If you face any problem, make sure to contact us)

OR

Download the Add-Ons of Refworks and EndNote Webb-Open a New Library (in case of Endnote Client), preferable if you are working on multiple of papers to create Folders and collect resources accordingly.

b- Open a New Library in Endnote Client/sign in from Endnote Web

c- Export to Endnote Client or Endnote Web

This will allow you to have a reservoir of results for many research work, to attach files to relevant references, to share with other researchers (so as to save on time); i.e., to organize your references.

The way to export differs between different databases and between the citation management tools: Endnote web & Endnote client). It is as such:

Endnote Web. .. Choose the database

Endnote Client. .. Choose the database

 

Step 2:   Cite while you write, allowing automatically created simultaneous in-text and bibliography/works cited citations the style you choose.

Step 3:   Always double check the styles according to the guides listed here.

How to cite while you write?

Upon Downloading Endnote Client, an Add-In in Word Document is automatically present:

While writing your paper, click on Insert Citation where you want to have your in-text citation

Choose your citation and the style you want your citations to be

EndnoteWeb has a similar Add-In called "Cite while you write Plug In" downloaded as follows, works same as above and has same outcome (intext and Reference automatic simoltanous ciation for your paper with the style chosen)