Two New Citation Management classes added!

Posted October 18th, 2010 by Heather McCann

Citation software classes

Due to popular demand we’ve added these additional sessions in October.

Managing Your References:   Overview of EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero

WHEN:   Thursday, October 21, 5 – 6
WHERE:    Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC) 14N-132

Citation management software is an important tool in today’s academic world.   These software packages allow users to search databases, retrieve relevant citations, and build a bibliography, to be added to a paper or thesis or stored for future reference.  But which software product should you use, and how do you get started?

This session will focus on Endnote, RefWorks, and Zotero, the three major options for citation software at MIT.  We will compare the three and introduce some of the basic concepts and functionality of each program.

Please pre-register for this session.   Contact Mat Willmott with questions.

EndNote Basics

WHEN:   Thursday, October 28, 5 – 6pm
WHERE:   Digital Instruction Resource Center (DIRC) 14N-132

EndNote is a “personal bibliographic software” package that allows you to create and manage a database of bibliographic references.  Come to this hands-on workshop to learn how to use Endnote to manage your citations, create bibliographies and more.

Please pre-register for this session.   Contact Peter Cohn with any questions.

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