What is EndNote?
EndNote is a desktop program designed to help researchers through the process of writing a research paper, thesis or dissertation. This tool will help you organize and manage bibliographic citations and articles you find using the Pearson Library databases. In addition, it will automate the process of creating with-in text citations and references in APA, MLA, Chicago or other common style formats.
Getting Started with EndNote
Getting started is easy. First, contact the ISS Help Desk to make an appointment to have the software installed on your laptop. An appointment is required as technicians are not available on a drop in basis. Direct telephone number: 805-493-3698; e-mail: email@example.com
Endnote Licensing Agreement & CLU Policy
EndNote provides CLU with a license to use the software on our campus and to allow copies to be installed on designated faculty, staff and student computers. A signed User Agreement Form must be brought with you to the installation appointment. Please review our licensing and policy statement.
Learning to Use EndNote
EndNote Documentation & Tip Sheets
- EndNote Brochure (Registration required)
- EndNote features (Registration required)
- EndNote Manual (Windows) (Registration required)
(Complete guide to using EndNote X1 for Windows bibliographic software)
- Changing Regional Settings in Windows XP
(Changing keyboard settings)
- Entering References into EndNote
(Tips on entering references into EndNote X1)
- Entering Images
(Tips on entering images using EndNote X1)
- Searching for References within the EndNote database
(Tips on searching for references and creating an annotated bibliography)
- Importing data into EndNote
(Tips on importing data into EndNote)
- Searching Remote Databases
(Tips on searching remote databases with EndNote X1)
- Customizing the Library Window
(Tips on customizing the library window in EndNote X1)
- Creating Bibliographies
(Tips on creating bibliographies with EndNote)
- Download all tip sheets as one file
- For further assistance, contact:
- Henri Mondschein, Ed.D.
Direct telephone number: 805-493-3012; email: firstname.lastname@example.org