LINGUIST List 18.1429|
Thu May 10 2007
Qs: EndNote Libraries
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Message 1: EndNote Libraries
From: Anna Fagan <annafv2007yahoo.es>
Subject: EndNote Libraries
I have recently begun to use the referencing software called EndNote
(version X), and I've seen that in some fields (Business, Medicine, etc.),
EndNote libraries can be downloaded and shared with other users in the same
field of research, saving the researcher the trouble of inputting the
references into the library.
I'm interested in obtaining EndNote libraries in two areas of research:
using Information & Communication Technologies for foreign language
teaching, and linguistic (both large and small corpus) analysis of spoken
If anyone knows of where I can download these libraries from, or would be
generous enough to share their libraries with me, I would greatly
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