EndNote for Windows and Macintosh is a valuable all-in-one tool that integrates the following tasks into one program:
EndNote Web delivers tools to:
EndNote is a client-based software program, and is available to Fred Hutch staff via Center IT's Software Licensing catalog.
EndNote Web is a free, web-based companion to EndNote. To register for an account, visit MyEndNoteWeb.com,
Several versions of EndNote for both PC and Mac are available for use in the Arnold Library's Shared Resources Computer Lab
EndNote loves both the Windows and Macintosh platforms. Check compatibility and systems requirements see if your current systems and programs are EndNote-ready.
Use the Find Full Text command in EndNote to retrieve the full-text articles (PDF) of references already in your EndNote library. By default, this feature will find publicly available or Open Access articles.
Start building your library- There are several ways to add to your citation database including imports from online data vendors and manual creation of records.
Searching your library - Easily locate the reference or references your searching for.
Organize your library - Use groups to organize your library. You can save references to more than one group for easy access or remove from groups without deleting the citation.
Create a bibliography - Choose from hundreds of output styles to customize your bibliography or create your own!
Cite While You Write - Cite While You Write is a plug-in for your word processing application. Format your in-text citations and bibliography while you write your paper.
See the EndNote User's Guide for detailed information about each of these topics.
Start building your library - Use the online vendor search to locate and import references or create them manually.
Organize your library - Create groups to manage your library.
Searching your library - Use Quick Search to locate references within your library.
See the EndNote Web help pages for more information about these topics and others.