This week our intrepid EndNote team travelled to The University of Manchester for CILIP’s Umbrella 2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition. The event brings together Library and Information Professionals across the country to share ideas and new ways to improve literacy, access to information and the transfer of knowledge.
A key theme for the day is how libraries are keeping up with the changing nature of the information landscape in today’s digital age. Thanks to the web, web-based and mobile technologies, people have greater access to more research material than ever before. It’s a trend that EndNote has grasped with both hands. No longer confined to the desktop, you’ll also find its renowned research and referencing tools available in varying degrees of complexity on the Web or on an iPad. And thanks to automatic library syncing, you’re able to access, manage and coordinate your library anywhere!
EndNote unlocks the research potential of the web; putting hundreds of online reference resources at your fingertips; making it easy to instantly capture relevant extracts and source information; automatically finding and downloading full text files; plus automatically updating records to keep your collection current. EndNote’s web-based component also makes it easy to share references and collaborate online.
Click on the following links to discover how EndNote could maximise your online reference search potential, as well as help you work together and pool resources on research projects. Want to see if EndNote could work for you? Download a free trial today.