Q1: What is EndNote?
EndNote is a software program that you can load onto your home or work computer and use to create, manage, and store bibliographic references for easy access and sharing.
Q2: How can EndNote save me time?
EndNote provides the ability to store and compile references in a variety of formats based on journal/publisher guidelines which can then be inserted into MSWord.
It also utilizes manuscript templates for specific journals and assists you in the scholarly communication process by providing ways in which you can collaborate with colleagues.
Q3: Where can I turn for EndNote support?
EndNote support is available in a variety of formats:
Recorded tutorials and videos are available on the EndNote Training website. Clarivate Analytics also provides free live webinars that can assist you with learning to work with EndNote and using it to its full potential.
Do you have a PDF and would like to extract all of the references and place them in an EndNote library? If so, HubMed may be useful to you! The HubMed Citation Finder allows you to copy and paste references from PDF files and convert them into PubMed search results. The results can then be imported into Endnote.
** Please note that this may not work on scanned PDF/Word files and it is recommended that you double check HubMed's citation report to ensure accuracy.
An update to EndNote X9 has been released to make it compatible with the new macOS Catalina. The update should be done prior to updating your operating system. This update makes EndNote compatible with the Apple’s 64-bit compatibility requirements.
If you have already updated your operating system to Catalina and are unable to update EndNote to X9.3.1, please contact Stephanie Stebens at email@example.com for assistance.
EndNote X9 is now available for installation on both corporate and personal computers for HFHS employees and affiliated students for free from Sladen Library.
Some of the new features included in EndNote X9 are the following:
Are you interested in receiving instruction on EndNote? Sladen Library has many options available to assist you in learning how to use EndNote to its greatest potential.
To set-up a personal training session or a departmental in-service, please contact Stephanie Stebens at (313) 916-2550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer two group training sessions for EndNote: Basic and Advanced. To view the Training Session schedule, descriptions of the sessions, and register for a session, please visit the Sladen Library Training Session page.
This guide will assist you with using EndNote by covering the following: manually creating references, importing references from PubMed MEDLINE, OVID Medline, Editing PDFs within EndNote, selecting output styles, and inserting citations within a Word document.