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HSL Librarians & Assistants Toolkit: Librarian's Reviews (Hal)

Supporting Health Sciences Librarians and Library Assistants in improving workflow and the practice of librarianship and library sciences.

Reviews

Endnote

Who is it for? Endnote is ideal for those who planning on doing more than one review, writing papers for publication, and are on a research track. Faculty would likely make use of Endnote more than students. Students should consider purchasing Endnote if they see themselves continuing on a PhD track, or going into research

Ease of use: Endnote has a moderate learning curve. Basic functions, such as importing records and creating bibliographies can be quickly learned. But, because of its numerous functions and capabilities full use of Endnote requires the use of tutorials, help guides, and consistent use.