EndNote is a tool that can be used to manage and insert references into your document. For more information on downloading and using EndNote, check the EndNote study guide. The following videos will introduce you to the key features of Endnote.
Once you have downloaded your free copy of EndNote, find out how to create an EndNote library, add references, organise your references into groups, find duplicates and store the full text of your journal articles in your EndNote library. Use the instructions below to get started.
Here you will find tips to create reference lists and add citations into the body of your essays and reports.
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Find out how to share your EndNote library with others. Some useful tips for when you are working on assignments in groups.
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