- What is EndNote?
- Getting a Copy of EndNote
- System Requirements
- EndNote Connect
- Styles and Filter Files
- Tutorials EndNote EndNote Web
- Exporting from Databases
- Getting Help
- EndNote User Guide
What is EndNote?
EndNote (available for both Macintoshes and PCs) is an invaluable tool for postgraduate students or academics preparing theses or manuscripts for journal publication, allowing users to organize bibliographic references and saving retyping of references.
EndNote allows you to organize more than just text. Any type of generic image (e.g., BMP, TIFF, JPEG) or application file (e.g., Microsoft Excel, PhotoShop) can be managed, along with your text references using the new image and caption fields in any reference type.
The University of Canberra has purchased a site license for the bibliographic tool EndNote. This site license allows staff and students to use EndNote both at the University and at home for University related work.
For more information about EndNote please see the web site for this product at www.endnote.com.
is available at www.myendnoteweb.com.
EndNote Web allows you to save your references online and access them from any computer on or off campus. It also allows you to share your references with other EndNote Web users.
You are able to insert EndNote references into a Word document using the Cite While You Write plugin.
Difference between EndNote, EndNote Web, and RefWorks
EndNote and RefWorks Compared (PDF 106KB)
EndNote Connect, Filter and Style Files
To get copies of new connect, filter and style files created by the Library go to the Library Moodle page.
Further connects, filters and styles can be downloaded from the Endnote support page:
Content Responsibility: Christine.Barnes@canberra.edu.au