Entering References ManuallyExporting from DatabasesCreating References from PDFsUsing Groups to Organize ReferencesEditing References and Attaching FilesRemoving References
Printing a List of ReferencesInserting References and Creating a Bibliography in a Word DocumentCreating Separate Bibliographies for Sections Within a Word DocumentInserting Figures with Captions
Find Full-TextTransferring References from RefWorks to EndNoteTransferring References from EndNote to RefWorks
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Last Updated: Jul 23, 2014 URL: http://researchguides.library.tufts.edu/endnote_basics Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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EndNote is a citation management program. EndNote allows users to:

  • create a personal libraries of references
  • directly send citations from research databases into EndNote
  • organize references using groups
  • store PDFs and other files attached to records
  • insert citations into a word processing document and then automatically format them in a citation style

How do I get EndNote?

EndNote is available for purchase at a discount for Tufts University students at: http://tufts.onthehub.com (click on the "More Software" tab). EndNote also offers a 30-day free trial.

Tufts University faculty and staff can request EndNote for their work computers via Tufts' bulk purchasing program. Tufts faculty and staff should contact the individual responsible for obtaining software for their department/school.

Tufts University School of Medicine Maine Track students, and faculty affiliated with Maine Medical Center (MMC), can download EndNote for free using their MMC username/password: 

Want to learn more about EndNote?

Please contact the Hirsh Health Sciences Library at hhsl@tufts.edu or 617-636-3988.


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