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A guide to resources in Marine and Fisheries Sciences, to aid teaching, learning and research
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2014 URL: http://libguides.ug.edu.gh/content.php?pid=422262 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Using EndNote Web at the University of Ghana

Overview of EndNote Web

EndNote Web is a citation/reference management tool that has been made available to faculty, researchers and students of the Univesity of Ghana through any of the following Research4life databases: HINARI, AGORA , OARE. You must log in to get the full benefit of this resource. 

Register for off campus access to access HiNARI.

Request username/password from your subject librarian/library staff for AGORA and OARE .

 Endnote Web is ...


  • A place to create and keep a list (library) of citations/references
  • A tool to format bibliographies in a variety of styles-such as APA, MLA, CBE, Havard
  • A place to keep notes concerning specific citations
  • A resource that is available to you anywhere you have internet access
  • A tool that is free to you while you are at UG
  • A tool that allows you to share your citations

Creating an Account


Create an EndNote Web account  through HINARI, AGORA or OARE

Login -> Reference Sources -> EndNote Web -> Create an Account -> Register

Once your account is created, you will be able to access EndNote Web from any computer, anywhere so long as you have Internet access. 

Go through the powerpoint presentation and the exercises in the box below, to create your account and become familiar with this resource.

 

Exporting citations from ...


EBSCO databases

After you have done your search and the results are displayed, Identify the titles you are interested in:

  • Click Add in the Results List view 
  • Access folder of citations by clicking on the Folder that has the items 
  • Click Export 
  • Choose Direct Export to EndNote Web 
  • Save

 

 

 

Endnoteweb video tutorials

 

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