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EndNote is a licensed software program that enables you to build and manage your own 'libraries' of references and to create citations and bibliographies with your word processor. The current version is EndNote X7.
EndNote is available on student computers throughout UCL. Staff may download it to UCL computers from ISD.
Many electronic articles available via UCL's subscriptions can be harvested using the Find Full Text function. You will first need to establish the OpenURL path using these instructions. For articles that are not retrieved, search the Library Catalogue within Explore by journal title to ascertain availability.
An online version of EndNote is available for use on
non-UCL computers. The online version has fewer features and less
capacity than the desktop version but offers the same basic functions.
Please be advised: synchronise your EndNote Online library with one EndNote Desktop library only.
Follow these instructions to create an EndNote Online account:
- Open EndNote X7 on a UCL computer
- Create, name and save a New Library
- Go to Tools
- Select Sync
- Fill in the registration form
Thereafter, log onto your EndNote Online account at http://endnote.com/ or via the Web of Science literature database.
Download the user guide produced by UCL Library Services.
The official EndNote website provides technical support, FAQs, downloads and tutorials.
Library staff offer training sessions on EndNote X7. There are weekly scheduled sessions every Tuesday 11am until 12noon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and to book sessions, or if you have any questions or queries when using EndNote.
You will need to choose a referencing style for your
references. There are thousands of styles worldwide, many of which are
available on EndNote. Please consult course
documents or talk to your supervisor about which style you should use.
UCL Library Services have produced a printed guide to referencing, citations and avoiding plagiarism.
Ascertain the abbreviation for a full journal title or vice versa here.
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