EndNote is a specialised database program for storing and managing bibliographic references. It allows you to:
It is important to have a good understanding of the principles of referencing before using EndNote. If your calculator tells you 1+1=5, you have to know enough maths to recognize there is a problem. Likewise, it is important to understand the principles of referencing.
EndNote won't teach you how to reference correctly, you need to know how to do that before using any citation manager.
For Murdoch University staff and students only.
You will be asked to login with your Murdoch login details.
For help with installing EndNote, please contact Murdoch IT Services, either by phone 9360 2000, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the IT Service Desk, inside the Murdoch University Library entrance off Bush Court at the South Street Campus.
Murdoch IT Services are currently providing the following versions of the EndNote software:
We recommend that you upgrade to this version unless you are in the process of completing your thesis or other documentation using an earlier version of the software.
Please check the system requirements to see if your device is compatible.
EndNote comes with a very comprehensive Help file. From the main screen click on the icon or Help > Contents (or press F1 on keyboard)
which will open this screen from which to search for help.
This guide has been based, with permission, on the guide created by the King Edward Memorial Hospital Library.