Library skills

Endnote classes

At the beginning of each semester, Fisher Library provides a 90 minute introductory session designed for people who have little or no experience with Endnote. Endnote is a software program used to manage references and create bibliographies. The class is hands-on using PCs (Windows) and open to enrolled students and staff of the University of Sydney. This class covers: accessing the software, setting up a library, entering references, creating groups, as well as importing references into EndNote from databases and the Library Catalogue. You will also learn how to use EndNote with Word and how to format bibliographies.

Please use the link provide to view available Endnote classes at Fisher Library (ensure you look for this category ‘@ Fisher’ as the webpage will list all endnote classes).

Click here for endnote classes.

Click here for information on how to download Endnote onto your computer.


Library classes specifically for Education and Social Work students

From time to time, library classes are held that have been specifically designed for Education and Social Work students and staff. The program for these classes is updated regularly on the Fisher Library Information skills website dedicated to the Faculty of Education and Social Work.

A searchable program of all library workshops is also available.


Faculty liaison librarians

Click here to view the faculty liaison librarians for Education and Social Work.

The faculty librarian for research higher degrees is Philippa Crosbie.

Enquiries are welcome.