EndNote Web

Rod Library recently subscribed to a package of databases called Web of Knowledge. One feature of this package is called EndNote Web. EndNote Web is a tool that can be used to collect, organize, and format up to 10,000 references in your own passworded account. The references can be arranged by groups that correspond to your research interests. References can be directly exported from some databases into your EndNote Web account. They also can be added manually. In some cases, references can be saved from a database to your desktop computer and then imported into EndNote Web. EBSCO's Business Source Elite and EconLIT, and Web of Knowledge, are examples of databases that provide an easy way to export references directly from a search into your EndNote Web account. EndNote Web references can be formatted in any of several dozen styles such as APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turabian. Other features include creating a group of people with whom to share references, "Cite While You Write" in Microsoft Word, and transfer of references between EndNote Web and EndNote desktop. To get started, log on to Web of Knowledge. Then click the My EndNote Web link in the upper section of the screen to go to a page to register and create your personal account. This page from the Thomson Reuters includes EndNote Web quick reference cards and recorded training sessions.