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Keeping track of your literature with EndNote and Mendeley

Published on
April 2, 2020

During your research or thesis project you need to find, read and manage a lot of different resources. To organize your literature, you can use reference managers like EndNote, EndNote Online or Mendeley. Using them will save you lots of time! Start now and you can get support from WUR Library.

With EndNote, EndNote Online and Mendeley you can

  • Create a personal library of references
  • Store and manage your PDF's and other documents
  • Share your references with other students/co-workers
  • Include citations and references in various journal styles to your paper

    Get direct support

    If you are experiencing problems with working with EndNote or Mendeley or if you have questions about citing or referencing your sources, we are happy to help. You can contact us by e-mail or Skype:

    Corrie Snijder (corrie.snijder@wur.nl)

    Merel Middelman (merel.middelman@wur.nl)

    Henrieke van Lieshout (henrieke.vanlieshout-tonkes@wur.nl)

    Valerie Toebes (valerie.toebes@wur.nl)

      Videos EndNote X9

      You can watch EndNote X9, the short course, EndNote X9 in 6 minutes (Windows) or EndNote X9 in 6 minutes (Mac). We strongly recommend that you upgrade to EndNote X9. If you're also using EndNote Online and want to synchronize your reference libraries, you need to install EndNote X9. Synchronising lets you have two identical libraries (including attachments) - one on your desktop and one online.

      Videos Mendeley

      You can watch Getting started with Mendeley or Mendeley Minutes. For more tutorials and info see the Library's webpage on Mendeley.

       



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