EndNote boosts child health

It’s probably the most famous children’s hospital in the world. Over the past 162 years Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) has saved or transformed the lives of thousands upon thousands of children. It’s also a centre of pioneering research in paediatric medicine, with an impressive record of innovation in cancer, heart and lung diseases, neuroscience, immunology and more.

As at all major research institutes, clinical researchers at GOSH use EndNote bibliographic software to locate and cite the vast literature resources in paediatric medicine. But until recently, and through a technical anomaly (researchers at GOSH actually work for a separate organisation), hands-on medical staff haven’t had the same access to EndNote except by buying an individual licence – not an affordable proposition for over 200 staff.

An interesting new case study describes how a senior librarian at GOSH, determined to provide equal access to such an essential research resource, overcame financial and organisational hurdles to ensure clinical as well as research staff are now able to use EndNote via a site licence. That means they’re able to keep abreast of all the latest literature, therapies and techniques – and the ultimate beneficiaries are, of course, the children they treat.

Loving the library all year long

We already know just how important libraries, librarians and information professionals are! They do an amazing job of providing people with access to the information they need to further their knowledge and support their work. Our top-selling referencing tool, EndNote, can help to make their job easier – improving research productivity and managing literary information for library staff and users alike. That’s why librarians are a key focus for us, not just on National Libraries Day this Saturday, but for the whole year round! In fact, we’ll always jump at the chance to meet these champions of discovery and that’s why we’ll be attending four upcoming events this year aimed at librarians and information professionals. Look out for the Adept Scientific EndNote stand.

Jisc Digital Festival
11th – 12th March 2014, Hall 3 ICC Birmingham

UKSG Conference 2014 and Exhibition
14-16 April 2014, HIC Harrogate

LILAC Annual Conference 2014
23-25 April 2014, Sheffield Hallam University

Health Libraries Group Conference 2014 (CILIP)
24-25 July 2014, Examination Schools Oxford

Check out Adept’s events page to learn more and link through to individual event registration pages.

One purchase buys you EndNote X7.4.4 on both the Windows & Mac platforms

 

This week saw the release of EndNote X7.4 on the Mac, delivering the research tools you need, regardless of whether you’re working on a Windows or Macintosh machine! Your EndNote X7.4 product key allows you to install EndNote on multiple computers without having to purchase separate versions – one single-user licence allows installations on three computers, regardless of platform (2 Windows and 1 Mac or 2 Mac and 1 Windows). This also applies to student and upgrade purchases.

And don’t forget, your purchase of the EndNote desktop software also includes access to EndNote online with 5GB of file storage, unlimited reference storage and group sharing. Once you install your software, you’ll need to register at my.endnote.com.

That’s one comprehensive research toolkit, chock-full of functionality and flexible enough to fit the way you work exactly!

Find out more about the Windows and Mac exclusive new features for EndNote X7.4

Try out EndNote X7.4 on both platforms to see what your single-user licence purchase buys you. Upgrades start from just £75 or buy from new from £159

Prices are for single-user downloadable versions excluding VAT and correct at the time this article was published.

Adept brings bibliography software to Online Information 2011 in London

Last week, our bibliographic software specialists exhibited at the largest event dedicated to the information industry – Online Information 2011 – at Olympia, London.

The event showcased some of the best products and services available for the information and information management industries. Our team was there to demonstrate the new features of Thomson Reuter’s EndNote X5 including the new PDF viewer and reference updater tools. We also got a very privileged sneak peek at the EndNote iPad app that’s in development and planned for release some time in 2012. This fab new tool will let you gather online references, read, edit and annotate PDFs, then email them to colleagues, all on your iPad. The iPad tablet is a perfect compliment to EndNote desktop where users will find the most advanced support for publishing their research.  Watch this space for more updates on the EndNote iPad app!

If you couldn’t make it to this year’s event, you can still experience the best bibliographic tools by visiting our biblio software webpages where you can find out more, download trials and brochure for EndNote, EndNote Web and Reference Manager.

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