Q. What is Endnote?
EndNote is a piece of software which can be used by students and researchers to manage references. It creates a database of references, known as an ‘Endnote Library’, which can be used to organise and store your references. References can be manually added or imported from most databases and Library Search.
EndNote also interacts with Word and Powerpoint to insert citations and bibliographies into your work.
EndNote is available on all PCs in the open access PC suites across the university, and there is also a free web version which you can use from home.
More information about EndNote can be found here.
You can also contact your Academic Support Librarian for further help using EndNote. Details for your Academic Support Librarian can be found here.