What is EndNote?
EndNote is a bibliographic referencing software package. You can use EndNote to create a database of your references. This can be done manually by typing in the details of a reference individually, or automatically, by importing references from online databases or library catalogues.
EndNote works with Microsoft Word through a Cite While You Write feature. You can insert citations into documents and EndNote will automatically create a list of references in an output style which you chose (e.g. Harvard, APA 5th). This not only ensures that your references are accurate, but makes the process of storing references and citing easy.
EndNote X6 is available free on University campus PCs and Macs for staff and students. Students and staff can purchase a copy of EndNote for use on their own computer by accessing http://edustore.adeptscience.co.uk/
Instructions: Select the 'University of Gloucestershire' from the drop-down list of institutions. You should be taken to an University login page where you need to enter your University of Gloucestershire username and password.
Alternatively you can use the web-based version of EndNote, called EndNote Web.
EndNote X6 Guides
To start using EndNote to store your references, you need to create a new EndNote library.
Once you have created a new EndNote library, you can start adding references to it. There are numerous ways to add references — manually, by exporting from databases and library catalogues, and by connecting to catalogues within EndNote.
Using EndNote with Microsoft Word
You can use EndNote with Microsoft Word through the Cite While You Write (CWYW) function.
Download University Styles for your own bought version of EndNote
EndNote Web is a free web-based version of the EndNote program. It can be used to manage references and add citations in Word documents when you do not have access to the EndNote program.