The full version of EndNote is available as a desktop program. Details on how to purchase a subscription can be found on the Endnote website. There is also a web-based version of the software with fewer features called EndNote Basic which can be synchronized with the desktop program.
EndNote is ideal for users who are creating complex documents with a large number of citations. It is an extremely robust program that offers a hassle-free ‘Cite While You Write’ experience. The formatting and bibliographic features are excellent and can handle even the most complex documents. It can store literally thousands of references and as many PDF’s as your computer’s memory can hold. You have the ability to create multiple libraries, allowing you to keep the citations for different projects separate. In addition, as one of the most commonly used programs, most databases (including the UBC library) offer an ‘export to EndNote’ option, making collecting accurate citations easy.
|Using the “Find Full Text” feature in EndNote is viewed by vendors as “excessive” downloading. This will result in the IP address to be blocked. Do not use the bulk/batch download “Find Full Text” feature.|
UBC Library does not offer Endnote workshops. For Endnote help or inquiries on how to get support using Endnote software, please contact the Research Commons at email@example.com.
You can also get great support from the learning section of the Clarivate (EndNote) website, including:
EndNote offers all the 'usual' features of a citation management program, including:
It also offers several less common features, such as:
EndNote is compatible with a number of different operating systems and programs, including:
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