This page includes the topics covered during the training session EndNote for Thesis Writing. Anyone who uses EndNote throughout their course, their thesis, or their career will need to address some or all of these issues.

EndNote for thesis writing videos

Learn to use the more advanced functions of EndNote 20 or X9 to help write your thesis or your publication, including editing styles, using journal term lists and merging multiple chapters as well as some library recovery options.

EndNote 20

EndNote 20  for thesis and publication writing (YouTube, 45m3s):

EndNote X9

EndNote X9 for thesis and publications writing (YouTube, 49m56s):

Solutions for common issues

Setting preferences in EndNote

Setting preferences (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Editing reference types in preferences Mac / Windows

Cleaning up your EndNote library

Finding Duplicate References (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Tidying your references

Author and Editor Names (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Entering author names

Correcting authors’ names in APA 6th style

Editing Output styles

What Should I Do if My Style Is Not Included? (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Journal abbreviation

Journal Names: How to Set Up a Journals Term List (YouTube 3:16)

Working with the Journals Term List (EndNote manual) MacWindows

Using term lists

Merging chapters

Combining chapters

Moving a bibliography

EndNote disaster recovery

Recovering a Damaged Library (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Backing up your library

Backing Up Your EndNote Files (EndNote manual) Mac / Windows

Syncing and sharing your EndNote library