Facilitator: Mrs Deidre Gerber is an experienced Senior Information Librarian at Nelson Mandela University Library, with an impressive career spanning over 26 years. She supports researchers, faculty members, and students in their pursuit of knowledge and has a Bachelor of BiBL (Hons) degree.


Target Group: Postgraduate students, researchers, and staff


Background: EndNote is a reference management software developed by Clarivate Analytics. It is designed to help researchers, scholars, and students organize, store, and manage references, citations, and bibliographies.

With EndNote, users can create a personalized library of references, including journal articles, books, conference proceedings, and more. The software allows users to import references from various sources, such as online databases, library catalogues, and websites. It supports a wide range of citation styles, making it easy to format references and citations according to specific guidelines.



  • Discover the Power of EndNote: Learn how EndNote, a leading reference management software, can revolutionize the way you organize and cite your sources. Say goodbye to manual formatting and hello to automated citation and bibliography creation.
  • Efficient Reference Management: Unlock the full potential of EndNote by mastering key features and functionalities. From importing references from databases to organizing and categorizing your library, you'll learn techniques to save time and stay organised.
  • Seamless Collaboration: Explore EndNote's collaboration features and learn how to share references, collaborate with peers, and enhance your research productivity. Work seamlessly with your colleagues on joint projects and ensure consistency in referencing.
  • Citing Made Easy: Say goodbye to citation errors and inconsistencies. Discover how EndNote integrates with popular word processing tools, allowing you to effortlessly insert and format citations and bibliographies in various citation styles.


If you would like to attend the workshop above, please complete the following form and submit, after which you will receive an email indicating receipt of the form.

Kindly note that submitting a registration form is not confirmation that you have been included as a participant for this workshop.

The status of your registration will be communicated via email once registration has closed.








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This workshop is funded by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) through the University Capacity Development Grant (UCDG)


Workshop Information


24 October 2023




South Campus Library Training Room


Registration is open (online form available on this page).



Enquiries: Jadine Januarie