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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a reference management tool to help you stay organized while you research and write papers, reports, book chapters, capstone projects, theses, dissertations, and much more.

EndNote can help you:

  • store all of your references and citations in one place
  • download citations directly from the library catalog and other library databases
  • organize your references into groups
  • create a bibliography or works cited formatted for APA, MLA, Chicago Manual of Style, and many other styles
  • share references with colleagues and research partners

For more information see the EndNote support page created by ITS.

What is EndNoteWeb?

EndNoteWeb is the web-based version of the EndNote software.  Some of the features are different, but you can still manage citations and create bibliographies online.  You can also sync your EndNoteWeb citations with EndNote.  Although it can be used anywhere, you must be on campus (or connected to a campus computer) when creating your account for the first time.  Click here to access EndNoteWeb.