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EndNote - Citation Management Software

The purpose of this guide to assist users with using the citation management software EndNote.

Hands-On Workshops

Each fall and spring semester, free EndNote classes are available at IUPUI through the UITS Training and Education STEPS-Instructor led Workshops . A Beginners EndNote and an Advanced EndNote class are usually offered. View this page for detailed information about these classes.

Register for the next EndNote Workshop here.

EndNote: The Basics

This presentation provides an introduction and overview of EndNote focusing on producing more efficient and effective bibliographies, Participants will learn to:

  • Capture citation/bibliographic information
  • Use word processing programs to reformat your in-text citations and bibliographies
  • Use a wide variety of style formats

You must be familiar with Microsoft Word in order to get the most out of this workshop.

See IT Training & Education EndNote: The Basics for upcoming workshops and to register.

EndNote: Advanced

This presentation will demonstrate advanced techniques of managing and customizing EndNote libraries. Participants will:

  • Work with Cite While You Write: using footnotes, adding information to citations
  • Manipulate your EndNote library: term lists, complex searching of libraries
  • Make global changes to text
  • Link references to files (full text) or Web resources
  • Modify or create import filters
  • Create or modify output styles
  • Modify or create reference types

The following workshops are suggested prerequisites to this workshop: EndNote: The Basics

See IT Training & Education EndNote: Advanced for upcoming workshops and to register.

Individual Consultations

Available by appointment for IUPUI students, faculty, and staff. These sessions can be customized to focus on your specific Endnote questions and needs ranging from beginning to advanced levels. You can make an individual appointment or we can meet with a group of people.


Willie Miller, University Library ( 274-7365

Rick Ralston, IU School of Medicine Library ( 274-1409