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This guide has been developed for researchers in the field of Sport Management to help you navigate the University of Florida's Libraries and services, as well as the many scholarly electronic resources available to UF students and faculty.
Please make this a frequent stop for updates and don't hesitate to contact LeiLani or any of our helpful library staff at Library West when you need help. Here are a few of the ways you can reach us: http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ask/ . For information on all the UF Libraries, visit http://www.uflib.ufl.edu.
Your class assignment requires a list of references, or your published article includes a substantial bibliography. Or perhaps you simply do a lot of reading and you want to save references to the good sources you have found for future use or study. Their are some great tools to help you manage your research and we can help you find the right one and learn how to use it.
Some of the classes we offer are listed below. See the schedule and register here.
In this workshop, you will receive an introduction to the newest version of RefWorks. You will learn how to export citations from the library catalog and journal article databases, and then how to create a bibliography using those citations. You will also see a demo of the Write-N-Cite plug-in for Microsoft Word. Another version of the workshop is aimed at users of the older RefWorks edition; attendees will learn how to transfer their existing files to the new platform.
Introduction to EndNote Basic
This workshop will cover importing citations, organizing and sharing references, and formatting a bibliography using Endnote Basic.