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A guide to EndNote citation management software.
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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a citation/research management software that helps you collect, organize, and share citations from library databases and catalogs. EndNote also helps you format your papers, creating bibliographies and footnotes in a wide variety citation styles (Chicago, MLA, APA, Turabian, etc.)

This guide provides information to help you get started using EndNote citation management software for your research.

EndNote is not available for download through the Library. 

  • OnTheHub Web store
    Current faculty, students and staff can download EndNote at a discounted price through IT Services' site-license.
  • IT Services Site Licensing
    EndNote is available for departmental purchase through IT Services
    For more information about EndNote, visit their corporate site.

Need Help?

  • Ask a Librarian
    Contact our librarians that specialize in citation management.
  • Attend a Workshop
    Attend one of the Library's workshops on citation management programs

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