What is Endnote
- EndNote is a commercial reference management software package, used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. It is produced by Thomson Reuters. (Extracted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EndNote)
- EndNote is a software program that works with Microsoft Word to automatically format in-text citations and end-of-paper reference lists with your chosen style (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.). EndNote can also be used as a personal database to gather and store citation records from different information sources. In addition, EndNote allows you to run searches via direct connection to a database (BIOSIS, PsycInfo, etc.) [Extracted from University Libraries of Northeastern University “What is Endnote?”]
Endnote User Guide
What you can do:
- Search hundreds of online resources for references and PDFs.
- Find full text in one click.
- Import the PDFs you have on your computer.
- Import records from PubMed with the new direct export format.
- Select the reference you want to find the full text for and let EndNote find them for you.
- Easily find and fill in missing and incomplete information.
- Share your research with colleagues and collaborate through EndNote's web component, EndNote Web.
- Give others Read/Write access to add references to the groups you share.
- Import the references from someone else's shared group into your library.
- Change the styles in a document as many times as needed, .
- Format references for any project with 5000+ styles to use.
- Create custom styles with style customization tools
Fig. 1 Search for references in hundreds of online resources
Fig. 2 Automatically find and download full text. by searching your subscriptions and full text freely available online.
Fig. 3 Update your records and fill in missing fields, by searching your subscriptions and full text freely available online.