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Research Guides

EndNote

This guide will help you learn to use EndNote software for creating your own library of references and full text. EndNote will also allow you to insert references in the proper format into a paper or grant proposal.

EndNote Classes

EndNote classes are tailored for health professionals by IUSM medical librarians, Hannah Craven and Rick Ralston.  

EndNote Basics

EndNote is a citation management software program. This program allows users to import citations from numerous literature databases into one spot. Users can then edit citations, add notes, import full text documents, and ultimately, use the program to format citations for articles, papers, grant proposals, etc.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to add references to EndNote libraries manually and by importing from a variety of databases.
  • Be able to add full text to article references.
  • Be able to format references in various styles.
  • Be able to insert references into documents and remove them safely.
  • Be able to share and transport libraries safely.

Classes are streamed via Zoom. Instructions are available via the class schedule link below. Individual and group consultations are available by appointment.