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EndNote

Reference Management Program

Acknowledgement

This guide was originally begun by Erin Mooney, a Librarian at the Robert W. Woodruff Library (University Library), who recently retired.  Many thanks to Erin for starting and maintaining the EndNote Guide for so many years. For assistance with EndNote, please contact
Mia S. White or use 

 

About EndNote

 

EndNote is a database program for managing bibliographic citations. 

  • It automates much of the work of organizing and formatting citations and bibliographies in your writing.
  • EndNote can connect to online sources such as library catalogs and article databases, output results in over 1,000 different bibliographic styles, and more.
  • There are two versions of EndNote -- a standalone desktop program, and EndNote Online/Web, a cloud-based version. If you want to use both, they can be synced so that you have the same references in both places.

This guide is a quick reference to some of EndNote's frequently used features.

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