Monday, February 27, 2006

EndNote in a Nutshell

Workshop will cover the basic features of using EndNote including organizing, searching and sorting records, importing records electronically from MadCat and journal article databases and preparing bibliographies using a wordprocessor (cite while you write).

EndNote in a Nutshell dates at Steenbock Library:

Tuesday, February 28 (11:30-1:00)

Wednesday, March 22 (3:00 - 4:30), or

Thursday, April 6 (3:30-5:00)

Library workshops are free to students, faculty and staff; no registration necessary to attend. Check the message board near the front entrance for room assignment.

For additional information about the EndNote product, see:

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

RefWorks Drop-In Workshops

If you would like to learn more about how to create a RefWorks account and to import and organize records and to generate bibliographies, consider attending an upcoming workshop. Unless otherwise noted on the calendar, no registration is necessary in order to attend and library drop-in workshops are free to students, faculty and staff.

Introduction to Managing Information Using RefWorks
Tuesday, February 21 (3:30-5:00), Memorial Library (Check Lobby Sign for Room Number)

Wednesday, March 8 (3:30-5:00), Steenbock Library (Check Lobby Sign for Room Number)

Tuesday, March 28 (5:30-7:00), College Library, Room 1193D

RefWorks is a Web-based, personal-database tool that helps to organize citations from the research literature and to format bibliographies. For additional information and support, speak with UW-Madison campus librarians.

Research Guides by Subject

Use Subject Guides to find recommended databases to the research literature and other useful information available online in a particular discipline. Steenbock Subject Guides are created to reflect the academic areas that this library serves with its collections—including such disciplines as agriculture/life sciences, consumer science, food science and nutrition, veterinary medicine, among others.

Access Steenbock Library’s list of guides at:

Similarly, other campus libraries create research/subject guides.

College Library Undergraduate Research Guides:

Business Library Research Guides:

Ebling Library Subject Guides & Toolkits:

Law Library Bibliographies and Guides by Subject: