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EndNote is an information management program. Use EndNote to organize your research, create bibliographies, insert citations as you write, and import and search PDFs.

What's in This Guide

The information in this guide refers to EndNote X5-X7.  Some of the features mentioned are not available in earlier versions of EndNote.

Find information about adding references to your library, searching within results, creating your bibliography, and sharing references for collaboration.  You may configure EndNote to retrieve PDFs automatically, but this feature will work on-campus only.

What is EndNote?


EndNote is a program designed to help you manage your research:  organize references, keep track of PDFs and attachments, search across the content of PDFs, and create citations and bibliographies as you write. 

EndNote is available for purchase from the University Bookstore at a discounted rate with academic ID.


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