EndNote is reference management software; it allows you to keep track of your citations, organise them into folders, and create references and bibliographies in your assignments, projects and research papers. Using EndNote will save you time and help organise your references for citing in your work.
With EndNote you can:
EndNote is similar to Refworks and Zotero and other reference management software, but it allows you to produce bibliographies in a greater number of citation styles and allows greater customisation; particularly regarding the required use of the Harvard (BourneU) style.
EndNote Online is a popular reference management tool, recommended for use by students at AECC University College.
On campus, visit: http://www.myendnoteweb.com/ and complete the form to register for an account.
Once you have registered you can start using EndNote Online immediately.
Staff can get EndNote (desktop) installed on their work PC; please ask IT if this has not already been installed on your PC.
If you would like a personal copy of EndNote you can download a 30-day trial version from the EndNote website, or buy it, at a discount, from Bilaney Consultants.
Studying at a distance?
If you are on a distance-based course you can create an account when you next visit AECC University College. If you are not able to do this for sometime, please contact us.
EndNote (desktop) is available for use by staff at AECC University College.
EndNote trainer Bob Green has created a superb video to help you get started using EndNote Online (see EndNote Online Tutorial box opposite). We.recommend you watch this before using EndNote. There are also tutorials on how to get started with EndNote on the EndNote website and EndNote Training YouTube Channel.
Library staff run workshops within some research units, in addition to bookable 1-to-1 sessions and adhoc workshops. If you require further help please contact Caroline Cooke.