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Reference Manager was created by the same company that created EndNote. Local support on the IUPUI campus for Reference Manager is limited, however, the software is available as a free download from IUWARE (students, faculty, and staff only).
If you would like Reference Manager manuals please contact Melissa Gomis, IUPUI University Library:
Last updated by msgomis on 06/05/2008
This tutorial will show you how to use Open URL with Endnote
Last updated by msgomis on 01/24/2008
Each fall and spring semester, free EndNote classes are available at IUPUI through the UITS Training and Education STEPS-Instructor led Workshops . A Beginners EndNote and an Advanced EndNote class are usually offered. See below for detailed information about these classes:
EndNote: The Basics
See IT Training & Education EndNote: The Basics for upcoming workshops and to register.
This presentation provides an introduction and overview of EndNote focusing on producing more efficient and effective bibliographies, Participants will learn to:
Last updated by wmmiller on 01/12/2011
Last updated by msgomis on 10/10/2007
A Faculty Resource to Combat Plagiarism
To promote academic integrity, University Libraries, University College, and the Dean of Students are providing access to Turnitin.com, a plagiarism detection service. Available to all IUPUI-affiliated instructors and faculty, the service compares submitted text against a database of millions of previously submitted documents, including previously submitted IUPUI papers, and performs a thorough search of Internet resources. It is being made available to assist IUPUI instructors/faculty in tracking down plagiarized material in an easier, faster, and more complete way.
Last updated by esnajdr on 06/19/2014
What is Citation Management Software and why would I want to use it?
Citation Management Software is the term used to describe computer programs that allow a researcher or student to track and inventory their references. Users can:
Last updated by on 04/06/2009