The most recent version available from UGA Libraries is EndNote X5. To get it free, click here and then select the "I agree" link at the bottom of the page. Put your UGA barcode number in the form and select the version of EndNote that you want. You can select for Windows or Mac.
If you have problems, click below to read through some troubleshooting tricks:Read more
There are many "how-to" videos on YouTube and the EndNote Support website. Follow the links below:
- YouTube EndNote Training Channel -http://www.youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining
- EndNote Training Site -http://www.endnote.com/training/
For more specific problems, try the "trouble-shooting" tab of this guide, or use the EndNote Help Index.
Keep in mind that each database publisher (Web of Science, EBSCO, etc.) has a different look, but the examples should give you an idea of how to navigate with EndNote.
What Endnote Does
is a citation managment program that:
- formats your documents in correct style (MLA, APA, etc.) and creates bibliographies,
- stores information from databases, including abstracts,
- allows you to attach files (full text PDF, images, tables, etc.) to stored citations,
- gives you flexibility to add your own content, such as research notes, and
- creates a searchable database that you use on or offline.
It's easiest to learn EndNote when you can see it in action on your own computer. Making a one-on-one appointment with a librarian is easy. Contact Sandra Riggs, your Psychology Library Liaison, who is also an EndNote Trainer, with the contact information at the left.
OR go to the Training Request Form at http://www.libs.uga.edu/citeman/training.html. This form can also be used to schedule classes and groups for EndNote training. This is a great way to get people who work together on the same page -- graduate assistants, a lab group, etc.
If you want to learn on your own, use the links under "EndNote Videos."