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EndNote: Home

EndNote guide for CDU Health Sciences Library

How do I get EndNote?

Students and faculty can stop by the CDU Library and have EndNote X9 installed on their laptops.

We have EndNote X9 for both Windows and Mac.

Please view the System Requirements to make sure your laptop is ready for EndNote X9.

If you prefer to use the web-based version of EndNote (EndNote Basic), you can do so by registering online through the CDU Library (you must be a CDU student or staff member).

Please Read

This guide contains introductory instructions for students and faculty who are new to EndNote. For more in-depth training please see our Advanced Topics guide.

What is EndNote?

EndNote is Bibliographic Management Software. It is used to collect, organize, and store citations that you come across while performing research.  

EndNote also works in conjunction with Microsoft Word to allow you to easily insert citations and automatically create bibliographies while you write your research papers.

Software Support

Contact Clarivate (the makers of EndNote) for help using the phone number: 1-800-336-4474. Tech support hours.

Thomson Reuters also provides online tutorials and webinar classes on basic through advanced topics.

In-Person Training

If you need more training on EndNote, please come see us at the library.

You can also contact Health Sciences Librarian Katherine Russell or Joshua Shulman to schedule a time for further training.

Thank you!

We would like to thank Jeff McAdams at University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries for letting us use his EndNote for Mac LibGuide as a template for our own.

Thank you also to the USC Norris Medical Library for allowing us to use some of their content regarding EndNote and EndNote Online