EndNote Desktop

This tutorial will walk you through using the latest desktop version of EndNote.

What is EndNote?

 EndNote is a citation management tool to collect and organize citations and full text.
 Interacting with MS Word, EndNote's Cite While You Write tracks in-text citations and creates a bibliography in real time, saving hours when writing and re-writing papers. EndNote Desktop 20 and X9 versions are covered in this guide.    
Compare previous version of EndNote   |   What's New in EndNote X20 (video)
 ** EndNote for Mac: Big Sur Compatibility (6-29-21) **
 

EndNote Basic

> Free online version    |    Compare Basic with EndNote X20.
> Learn EndNote Basic:
EndNote Basic Quick Reference Guide  (pdf)
EndNote Basic Guide (Marriott Library) 
> Short videos on EndNote Basic/EndNote Online (from vendor)

Download the software

  EndNote 20 IconAvailable from software.utah.edu 

EndNote Student license from the OSL webstore is $0.00

Student Computing Fees have funded the EndNote student licenses for this licensing term, 8-01-21 to 8-26-22.

If you have questions regarding the Clarivate Analytics EndNote license, please review the OSL  Eligibility and Frequently Asked Questions information at software.utah.edu/faq/license/cla/index.php.

Quick Start Videos

EndNote (Desktop) Training Guide - from the producer, Clarivate Analytics

EndNote Training

EndNote (Desktop) Training Guide - from the producer, Clarivate Analytics

Video: Advanced features in EndNote 20 (Windows)

Video: EndNote 20 essentials (macOS) (approx. 92 minutes)

 

EndNote for iPad: Training Videos

    EndNote for iPad: Training Videos (from EndNote Knowledgebase)

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