News from the library: Lost in citations? Try EndNote Web

For a few months now, CERN users have had EndNote Web at their disposal, which comes together with access to the Web of Science online database. This bibliographic management tool will ease your work when collecting and organizing citations related to a research paper you are writing. It allows you to collect publication references from a wide variety of online sources via an online search, import text files or directly capture a bibliographic reference on a webpage with the Firefox EndNote plug-in.


You can store up to 10,000 references, which you can access from any computer and share with your colleagues. Thanks to this tool, you can format in one click your bibliography, according to the style of the journal you intend to submit your paper to. Last but not least, if you need to later export references already stored in EndNote Web, these can be saved in a standardized format, which makes
them easy to manipulate and portable to other formats.

The CERN Library will soon organize a training session on the uses of this tool, as well as other bibliographic management sofware, and on a variety of information resources (bibliographic databases, online books and journals, encyclopaedias) useful for your work.

Registration to use EndNote Web is necessary and is free for all CERN users.
You can access it here.

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