EndNote is a bibliographic management program that allows you
to maintain a "personal library" of references and citations.
It can also import reference information from a Library's Catalog,
online indexes, and databases. If you use Microsoft Word, you can
insert citations from your personal libraries directly into your
documents and create bibliographies from those citations.
Why Use EndNote Software?
- EndNote keeps your sources organized and accurate
- EndNote saves you time by formatting your citations and bibliography as you
work in any bibliographic format that you want to use
- EndNote makes the task of referring back to previous sources faster and easier so you can avoid long searches through old papers and notes.
Quick Start to Using EndNote
The following options will introduce you to EndNote and help you get started.