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This guide introduces the reference management software EndNote and provides resources for learning to use it.
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2014 URL: http://guides.is.uwa.edu.au/endnote Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introducing EndNote

EndNote is a software program that allows you to:

  • Create and organise a database of your references
  • Store PDF documents and other files with your references 
  • Automatically format in-text citations and bibliographies in your chosen reference style

Note: EndNote is not a substitute for knowing how to construct the reference style you are required to use for your courses or publications.
(For more information on reference styles, see the options listed under ‘How do I reference with’ in the Guides directory.)

Who can use EndNote?

UWA staff and students can download EndNote X7 from the UWA Software Download site onto their personal machines for free. EndNote is available on all UWA subject library computers. 

Windows users please note: the download option on the UWA Software Download site may not work using Internet Explorer, but will work using Firefox or Chrome.

For instructions on how to install the UWA-licensed EndNote software, visit:
Instructions for downloading and installing UWA-licensed EndNote for Windows
Instructions for downloading and installing UWA-licensed EndNote for Mac

View this quick overview of EndNote X7 (available from endnote.com video tutorials)

View our EndNote Help page for more instructions and tips for using EndNote. Our EndNote Help page will be updated regularly with answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

View these other videos from endnote.com for a quick introduction to using EndNote for Windows and Mac versions: 

How to use EndNote in 7 minutes (Windows version) - video

How to use EndNote in 6 minutes (Mac version) - video

 

What's new in EndNote X7

UWA staff and students can download EndNote X7 from the UWA Software Download site onto their personal machines for free. EndNote X7 is available on all UWA subject library computers. 

(After EndNote is installed, check for the latest EndNote Program updates via the Help link in the EndNote menu or visit http://endnote.com/downloads/available-updates. The latest update, as at 2 April 2014, is X7.1.)

Visit the EndNote website for information on compatibility and system requirements.

View this video for what's new in EndNote X7 (available from endnote.com video tutorials).

View our EndNote Help page for more instructions and tips for using EndNote.  Our EndNote Help page will be updated regularly with answers to Frequenly Asked Questions.

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