Full house for EndNote presentation at LILAC 2014

We did more than just exhibit at this year’s LILAC conference! On the Thursday24th April, Adept’s resident EndNote guru and experienced software trainer, Bob Green, also delivered an enlightening workshop to a packed audience all eager to find out how EndNote can provide a more structured, thorough way to gather and manage research compared to relying on search engines and separate storage methods. The session was well received by EndNote users and newcomers alike, and there were plenty of questions to fuel the discussion at the end.

In addition, one lucky LILAC visitor won themselves a copy of EndNote simply by visiting the Adept stand and entering their business card in our free prize draw. The lucky winner is Bee Sen Gupta from the Greenwich School of Management, London. Congratulations! We’re sure EndNote will become your indispensable, personal research assistant and save you hours of time on literature hunts.

If you didn’t catch us at LILAC then don’t worry – you’ll find the bibliographic software team out and about again at the Health Libraries Group Conference 2014 (CILIP) from 24th to 25th July in Oxford, UK – the place to be for anyone interested in health and social care library and information issues. If you’re passing, why not come pick our brains about EndNote, gain one-to-one advice and get personal software demonstrations?  Learn more about CILIP Conference here.

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