EndNote is a citation manager that:
You may have access to EndNote online in one of three ways: on its own (EndNote Basic), with EndNote Desktop (EndNote X9), or through Web of Science database. Comparing to two other ways, the EndNote Basic has limited features and options but still works well for a student as a new writer and researcher. If you log in properly the EndNote online through the Web of Science, you will have access to more data, links and options even you have used the EndNote Basic.
To learn more about these three types, go to the Quick Reference Guide from Thomson Reuters.
1. Go to the library homepage at lib.utah.edu
2. Click on the Databases tab below the search box.
3. Choose E and navigate down to EndNote Basic. Click on the red title link
4. Click the Register button to create a new account.
5. You should get a confirmation email within 24 hours of registering asking you to confirm your account. After you confirm, you can start using EndNote Basic
EndNote Basic is free to the University community. All you need to do is to set up an account. Endnote Basic is a great place to start!
Why should we use Endnote Basic? Because it delivers tools to:
Special thanks to Kelly Price at the University of Michigan's Taubman Health Sciences Library for graciously allowing me to use her EndNote Basic guide as a template.