EndNote is a powerful reference management program that is used by researchers in many fields worldwide. Understanding the basic functions in EndNote will help you save time when preparing a research manuscript, dissertation or textbook chapter.
What EndNote can do for you
EndNote can be used to:
search online bibliographic databases such as PubMed, the Library of Congress, and Web of Science
organize references for research manuscripts and other document types
format bibliographies with a few clicks of a mouse
collaborate online via EndNote Web
organize images and PDFs
find full text articles
Where to get EndNote
First, check with your institution to determine if you are eligible to download and install EndNote free of charge (institutional license). If you are not eligible, you can purchase a personal copy at www.endnote.com
How to use EndNote
The short video below will explain how to use the basic functions in EndNote, searching for references, creating and customizing a bibliography, and inserting references into Word documents.
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