Important updates for EndNote users
- EndNote 20: We are currently testing EndNote 20 for downloading to personal devices from the University Library.
The EndNote 'Find Full Text' option is currently not fully functional.
Mac users who have updated to macOS Catalina will need to update EndNote due to compatibility issues... more info
EndNote X9 does not currently support the APA 7th style approach to journal articles with 20+ authors. When citing works with more than 20 authors, the references will need to be edited to replace the authors between the 19th and the last with ellipses (...)
Introduction - What is EndNote?
EndNote is a reference management software application. Other examples include Zotero, Mendeley, RefWorks and Papers.
For information on other reference management applications, have a look at Options for Managing References
You can use EndNote to:
Create your own library of references:
- Download references from catalogues and databases
- Generate references from PDF files
- Organise your references into groups
- Add keywords, labels and notes
- Search and sort your references
- Find, attach and annotate full-text PDF files
Insert citations or footnotes and generate bibliographies:
- Insert in-text citations or footnotes into your documents
- Generate bibliographies
- Choose from thousands of citation styles, such as APA, Chicago, or MLA
- Easily reformat your references to a different citation style
Collaborate with others
- Use EndNote Online to share selected groups of references with others
- Share your whole EndNote library
EndNote is available for Mac and Windows, as well as an online version
EndNote X9 and EndNote 20: features
EndNote X9 is available for students and staff members to install on their university and personal computers.