EndNote will

  • gather, store and manage references
  • automatically create and format bibliographies in your referencing style
  • search and retrieve records from catalogues and databases
  • insert citations directly into documents in your referencing style.

EndNote Desktop

EndNote Desktop is the full version of the EndNote software. We recommend it for researchers, Honours, postgraduates and anyone else who needs to keep track of a large number of references in their research work.

EndNote basic

This is the online version of EndNote Desktop. We recommend it for undergraduates, Vocational Education students and anyone who needs to use a small number of references in their assignments.

Alternatives to EndNote

EndNote is not the only program you can use to manage your references. We’ve reviewed some free alternative tools, which you might like to try.

Help and training

Learn how to use EndNote with our EndNote: a beginner’s guide or explore other online tutorials, webinars and discussion forums for help and tips.

EndNote quick start

Not sure how EndNote works? Have a spare six minutes? Watch our YouTube video on how to manage your references with EndNote.

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