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EndNote collects, organizes and formats citations. Import directly from database searches, share reference lists, reformat to hundreds of different citation styles.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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EndNote Features

  • Create and save citation lists.
    • Receive articles directly exported from EBSCO databases.
    • Enter citation information manually.
    • Upload a citation list.
  • Format citations to common styles, including specific journal formats.
  • Share lists with researchers at WT or at other institutions.
  • Use from any internet capable device.
  • Use "Cite While You Write™ in MS Word to insert references and build reference list as you write.

Create your EndNote Account

Three steps will create your account:

  1. Go to Web of Science.
  2. Select Sign In and then Register to create a personal account.
  3. Select EndNote in gray navigation bar.
  4. You are ready to start working with citations!

After the one time account creation process, you can access EndNote directly at or go through Web of Science. Account creation also lets you use email alerts, saved searches and other features.


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