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Library resources for the field of Biological & Agricultural Engineering
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Endnote: Database Instructions

See below for specific instructions needed for each article database. 

Windows Instructions 
     (aka Filters & Connection Files)

Macintosh Instructions
     (aka Filters & Connection Files)

      

    Endnote Help

    Endnote Help:

    Endnote Online User Guides

        
    (Windows & Mac)

    Endnote Videos
        
    short (2-7 minute) how to videos

        

      Endnote for Engineers

      Endnote is citation management software that allows you to store management & format bibliographic citations.  Available free to UC Davis students, faculty & staff.

      For help with Endnote:

          Endnote Getting Started Guide

           Endnote Web

          

        Journal Abbreviations & Citations

        CASSI Journal Abbreviations:
        Use to look up journal abbreviations used in chemistry.

        ACS Style Guide, Chapter 14:
        American Chemical Society (ACS) guidelines for citations of all types. See Table 14-2 (pgs 292-293) for common types of references with examples.

        ACS Style Guide:    Now online!
        An important reference for all chemists. In addition to providing citation guidelines, The ACS Style Guide includes chapters on:

        • Ethics in Scientific Publication  
        • Writing Style and Word Usage 
        • Peer Review
        • Copyright Basics
        • Electronic Submission of Manuscripts 
        • conventions for forumulas, elements, substances, tables, etc.

             In print: PSE Library Reference: 
             QD8.5 A25 [YEAR]

            
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