July 09, 2007

RefWorks and EndNote

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/its/newschanges/news/endnote/

Update: voting on this poll has now closed.

The University has subscriptions to both RefWorks and the EndNote referencing software and is currently reviewing this provision. It would like your input on which package you prefer. If you would like to vote, please go to the RefWorks and Endnote page on the IT Services website.

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  1. Martin Wolf

    Having seen this post, just wanted to say it would be a completely retrograde step to lose RefWorks. It’s a great tool for encouraging students to organise their references, engage with literature searching, and of course help them out with formatting their essays. The fact that it’s web-based and therefore so much more accessible to students than EndNote should in itself be argument enough for keeping both systems. For total expert users who want to do lots of whizz-bang editing of output styles, EndNote is the program, but for the majority RefWorks is easily the better option. I wonder how many Warwick RefWorks users were aware this vote was taking place.

    25 Jul 2007, 10:03

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