EndNote is a software program that enables you to:
There are two versions of EndNote:
The box on the right contains a comparison chart of the two versions. Watch the video below for a short overview of the desktop version of EndNote.
Endnote is primarily for staff and postgraduate researchers. It is sophisticated software and highly customisable so for the best experience work through the online training course before you start.
Masters students and undergraduates are advised to use Endnote Online
Mac users – you can access the Windows version of Endnote via SVE if you prefer but the Windows and Mac versions of the software are now much more similar in EndNote X8.
Endnote files are at higher risk of corruption than other files. It is essential to keep an up-to-date backup copy. If you do not back-up, you risk losing years of important work.
To create a backup copy:
For more information, watch this short video
Endnote is sophisticated software that must be installed on individual computers.
Endnote Online (also known as 'Endnote Basic' and 'Endnote Web') is a simplified version that allows you to store and organise references, add PDFs, and insert citations and build a reference list in Word. It does not include all the more advanced features of Endnote, but can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection.