Answered By: Nancy Schuler
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2019     Views: 38

The Library does not offer full access to the desktop version of EndNote, but we do have free access to EndNote Web through our Web of Science database.  The access is based on the web version of EndNote, which includes a Cite While You Write plugin for Microsoft Word that allows you to automatically add references to your document from your EndNote database.   To access this version of Endnote: 
 
1) go to the Endnote site and create an account,
2) download the Cite While You Write plugin for Word, and
3) start adding references via EndNote Web.
 
There are also several free citation management tools available on the web, such as Zotero and Mendeley.  A comparison of these tools, as well as instructions for getting started can be found at:
 

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