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How to use EndNote 21 reference management software

EndNote 21

This EndNote guide is based on EndNote 21

Only continuing students who have already commenced theses or other major works should continue to use EndNote 20

What is EndNote?

EndNote is a software application for storing, managing, searching and sharing your references.

EndNote can help you:

  • Manage your references
  • Add citations in Word documents
  • Add bibliographies in Word documents
  • Format references in the appropriate style
  • Share your references with others

EndNote allows you to format your citations and references by arranging data in your EndNote library into various templates. However, EndNote will not correct your references if the data itself is wrong. You need to know how to use your required referencing style correctly before using any citation manager.

For guidance on various referencing styles, please go to our referencing guide.

Murdoch University has a license to EndNote, which allows you to download a copy to your own device for your research and study.

You can access a PDF copy of our EndNote Training Guide below. Please consult the training guide first; if you have more specific issues, Ask our Librarians.

Download EndNote

EndNote is available for all Murdoch University staff and students to download here:

Link below is for EndNote Windows:

Link to Download EndNote page

You will be asked to login with your Murdoch login details.

For help with installing EndNote, please contact Murdoch IT Services:

If you are a Murdoch University staff member, you can download EndNote from Company portal:

  • Click on the Windows icon in the bottom left of your screen
  • Select Apps
  • Scroll down the alphabetical listing to the EndNote icon
  • Click on the Install button

If you experience issues when installing EndNote, please contact IT on 9360 2000.

EndNote training sessions