EndNote for reference management

There are several good reference management tools on the market: Swansea University’s supported solution is Thomson Reuters’ product EndNote. This comes in an online version, the full desktop software, plus free iPad app. As well as storing all your bibliographic references, EndNote can find, store and let you annotate PDFs plus it integrates neatly with Word to insert and format references.

Accessing EndNote

All Swansea University students and staff can access the online version: http://myendnoteweb.com

The full software version (currently version X7) is available on all campus PCs via the unified desktop (under “Common Apps”). If you wish to install EndNote on your own computer then you would need to purchase the software yourself (currently just over £70).

Support & Guidance

Full information on both version of EndNote is available on our website. You can access there the Workbook PDFs which will take you through the key features of each version. There is also an online information resource which includes details of how to import references into EndNote from all the most used databases.

ISS runs training sessions on EndNote – check our website for details. The final one this term is tomorrow (Thur 10th March, 2pm in LIC, Training Room 3) but we will be running more after the Easter break. You can also contact your library subject teams if you would like an overview of using EndNote.

ISS staff recently ran a “5 Days of EndNote” bite-sized training course – all the materials are available on the blog to work through at your own pace.

 

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