For help using EndNote, please contact the EndNote support team. Support hours are Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 8:00 pm Eastern Time.
(800) 336-4474 press 4
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Library liaisons provide instructional support for EndNote and other reference management tools. Contact your library liaison to schedule a research consultation or instruction session.
EndNote is citation management software that allows users to create customized libraries of references, automatically create citations and bibliography matching the requirements of the selected journal or style manual, sync and share references, and more. In addition to installing EndNote on personal or University machines, users can also access EndNote anywhere using EndNote online.
This video from the vendor provides a good introduction to the EndNote software available on computers in the Libraries. A How to Use EndNote in 6 Minutes: Macintosh video is also available.
Use Scout to search the Libraries' catalog, most of the full-text articles found in the library databases, and digitized materials from our special collections.
Not sure how to use Scout? Check out these video tutorials:
Here are some sample Scout searches to help you get started:
Prefer to browse the stacks? These call number ranges are a good place to start:
171.F56 Footnotes. Bibliographical citations
Including citation of specific forms of material, e. g. periodicals, electronic information sources
These resources provide additional information about finding books outside the Libraries' collections and using Interlibrary Loan to request items not available in the Libraries: