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EndNote is a research management and writing/citing tool.
Last Updated: Oct 7, 2013 URL: http://libguides.bellarmine.edu/endnote Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is EndNote? Why would I want to use it?

EndNote is a research management and writing/citing tool. It is time-saving software that allows researchers to collect references into their own searchable library and then use these to add citations to papers as you write them.

EndNote allows you to:

  • keep records on your sources including details of books, book chapters, journal articles, websites, conference papers and theses.
  • organize records in groups
  • add keywords, labels and notes
  • create and format reference lists in a style you select including APA, Chicago, MLA and over 1,000 journals.
  • store articles and other sources (PDF files and other formats)
  • save records from search engines and databases

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