EndNote is a program that helps researchers quickly collect and organize references from online sources (or elsewhere), create a searchable personal database, find and cite these references while writing, and create bibliographies formatted in their style of choice.
EndNote works with your word processor (Microsoft Word, AppleWorks) to manage in-text citations, to automatically format your references according to a predefined citations style and to build bibliographies in nearly any format. Everything you collect - notes, quotations, file attachments - becomes part of a searchable database which you can reach into whenever you want to add a citation to your paper or create a bibliography for it.
The University Libraries are licensed to provide download access to EndNote only for our UMDNJ affiliated users. To download EndNote to your desktop or laptop computer please go to the Libraries EndNote Download Center.
EndNote Web is a web-based service that offers allows EndNote users to access the basic functionality of EndNote online when using multiple computers. It allows online sharing of libraries if working on a collaborative project. EndNote X3 includes EndNote Web, for earlier versions go to MyEndNoteWeb.com to set up an account. You are also able to register and obtain the optional browser plug-in for EndNote Web from within ISI Web of Knowledge. You can see a comparison of EndNote and EndNote web here.
For information on the latest tips and answers to common questions about EndNote check the University Libraries EndNote Blog.
For help using EndNote please go to the Univeristy Libraries EndNote Help and Tutorials web page.
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