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EndNote Research Guide: Bibliographic Citations Tools

This guide provides information on citing sources and managing references with EndNote.

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What is EndNote?

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EndNote helps you collect and organize citations in 'libraries'  data for the books, articles, and other resources that you use in your research.  EndNote libraries can be stored on your computer's hard drive or other media so that they are always with you (no need to log-in to an Internet server).  You can import/export to EndNote the citation data found in many library databases and online catalogs, using direct import thus saving time and effort. 

EndNote's 'Cite While You Write'  (CWYW) feature allows you to easily format your references in a vriety of manuscript styles (e.g. APA, MLA, and more) and insert them in your paper as you write.

See the appropriate pages to your right for instructions to use the most recent (X9) and the previous (X8) versions.

 

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