About EndNote basic
EndNote basic can collect, manage, store and share references, and make them available online. You can use it together with the EndNote Desktop version, or as a stand-alone tool. EndNote basic does not contain some of the features of the Desktop version; for example, you cannot edit reference types, or edit or download other styles, filters and connection files.
With the online version you can:
- Add references manually
- Direct Export from databases via a plugin (including Science Direct, EBSCO, ProQuest, Informit)
- Export references directly from the Web of Knowledge database, including citation data
- Import references saved as a text file (including PubMed, Web of Knowledge, Google Scholar via the EndNote Import filter)
- Use Online Search (search Library catalogues, including RMIT University Library)
- Attach files to references
- ‘Cite While You Write’ with Microsoft Word by downloading the appropriate plug-in
- Create standalone bibliographies
- Sort references to make them easier to manage
- Export information from web pages
- Collaborate with other people by sharing groups of references
- Create Groups
- Delete duplicates.
If you already have an EndNote Desktop Library, references can be synchronised between your basic and Desktop versions. That way, you can use your Desktop library anywhere.
Plug-ins for word processors
Referencing styles supported
It supports over 3,300 styles.
- EndNote basic Browser Toolbars for IE and Firefox