Endnote is a reference management programme. Using Endnote, you can collect, store and organise references; input your own references; import/export references from databases; create bibliographies; use Cite While You Write add on in Word and integrate with Endnote Web for remote access.

There are two versions of EndNote

EndNote desktop

On the University’s Windows PCs, use the 'Search the web and Windows' box to search for Endnote. Illustrative image

The first time you click on EndNote it will install. Afterwards it can be accessed through the search or by going to the location where you originally saved your EndNote library. See "Getting Started" for more information.

Using EndNote desktop means you can use the 'Cite While you Write' feature in Word which inserts in-text citations and creates bibliographies.

A copy of EndNote desktop can be purchased at a discounted rate by students for use on personal machines.

EndNote web

The web version of EndNote (EndNote web) can be used standalone or can integrate with EndNote desktop. EndNote web can be accessed off campus as well as on campus. To get the enhanced version with customised features for University of Chichester, see "Using Endnote Web"

Using Endnote

University EndNote training

Library staff run EndNote training sessions. For staff these are detailed in the Staff Development Handbook. Staff can also arrange training for students if required – please email help@chi.ac.uk for further information.

EndNote also provide training materials including videos. Bear in mind that the videos may refer to a different version of EndNote than the one the University is currently using so there may be slight differences.

There are also LibGuides available for EndNote.

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