What is Endnote?
EndNote is a program designed to help you manage your research: organize references, keep track of PDFs and attachments, search across the content of PDFs, and create citations and bibliographies as you write.
There are two different verisons available:
Purchase (See Below)
Store up to 50,000 references
|Unlimited reference storage
5,000+ bibliographic styles
5GB of file storage
Online search of several hundred databases
Webpage reference capture
One-click Find Full Text
Automatic reference updating
Annotate, and search PDF text, notes, and annotations
Complex bibliography handling tools
Multiple bibliographies capability
Journal abbreviations recognition and standardization
And so much more!
Webinars Offered by Endnote
Citation Management Software
What's in this guide
You can use the tutorials and instructions on this Libguide to learn how to use EndNote Basic.
If you have more questions, please contact Chelsea Leachman or visit the Owen Science LIbrary reference desk.