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Endnote: Getting Started  

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Endnote: Database Instructions

See below for the specific instructions needed to export citation data from the various article databases. 

Windows Instructions 
     (aka Filters & Connection Files)

Macintosh Instructions
     (aka Filters & Connection Files)


    Endnote Help

    Endnote Help:

    Endnote Online User Guides
    (for both Windows & Mac)
          Endnote X7
          Endnote X6

    Endnote Training
    videos, PDFs,
       -online classes taught by Endnote

    Endnote Youtube Channel
       -short "how to" videos,
       -online class recordings (taught by Endnote


      Overview: What is Endnote

      What is Endnote?   

      Endnote is citation management software that allows you to:

      Endnote Desktop Version

      Endnote Web Version

      • Store, manage & format bibliographic citations
      • Easily print a list of citations for a bibliography
      • Use the "Cite While You Write" feature to format citations in Word
      • Two Versions available:
        Desktop & Web
      • Both are FREE to UC Davis students, faculty, and staff

      • Requires installation of software
      • To download,  log-on to MyUCDavis,
        • RESOURCES > SOFTWARE > Software (again) > ENDNOTE 
      • For installation help, contact Campus IET or your department's computer support.
      • Probably the best choice for grad students. Is a bit more complex to use than the web version
      • Requires online registration
      • Also good for downloading citations when you are away from your desktop computer, or for sharing citations within a group
      • Part of the Web of Science database, but can be used with most article databases
      • Probably the best choice for undergrads

      Images and chart format from: Thomson Reuters/Endnote


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