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Welcome to EndNote
EndNote helps you to collect, organise and share your references. There are 3 parts:
EndNote Desktop – powerful functionality for research and systematic review.
EndNote Online – a bit more basic but still great functionality when you are away from your desktop version.
Cite While You Write (CWYW) – an add-on tool for Microsoft Word for in-text citation and bibliography.
Getting Started with EndNote
More guides are available from the tabs at the top of this page.
EndNote Online Training Sessions
EndNote X9 - Now Available
EndNote X9 is now available for University owned PCs and devices from the University Software Center/Run Advertised Programs and also for your personal device. New features include:
- Ability to share a group of references with other researchers (previously you had to share your whole library)
- control permissions on who can edit shared references
- generate Web of Science Citation reports directly from Endnote
- Use Manuscript Matcher to help you find the best journals to publish in
- More details at: http://clarivate.libguides.com/endnote_training/users/enx9
IMPORTANT: Backup your EndNote Libraries and close EndNote and all Microsoft applications (especially Outlook) before downloading the new software.
EndNote for Your Own Computer
EndNote Desktop is available for University computers from the Software Centre and our Licence now allows you to download to your own device.
Alternatively, you can purchase a copy at an academic price if you wish.
Help with EndNote
Check the guides on this EndNote help page. Check the tabs at the top for more information.
If you can't find what you need contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Support from EndNote
Sharpen your EndNote skills with training guides, video tutorials and live online training.
Search the Knowledgebase, browse FAQs, ask the EndNote Community, or contact EndNote Techical Support team.
Learn EndNote in 7 minutes or just 6 minutes for a Mac. EndNote videos get you started or guide you through specific features including Smart Groups, dealing with journal names, author names and using your iPad.