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 resource full text.
Interacting with MS Word, or Google Docs v21, 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. This guide covers EndNote Desktop 21 and 20. (For information concerning the free, cloud-based version of EndNote, see the EndNote Basic Guide or resources below.)
   EndNote 21 Desktop offers access to Endnote Web.

Compare EndNote 21

What's New in EndNote X21 (video)

EndNote FAQs

See also: EndNote Basic  - Free (limited) version 
EndNote Basic Guide (Marriott Library) 
Compare Basic with EndNote X20
EndNote Basic Quick Reference Guide  (pdf)
> Short videos on EndNote Basic (from vendor)

Choosing a Citation Manager

EndNote is not the only citation manager available. To see some of your other choices, take a look at the citation manager Comparison Table (Marriott Library).

Download the software

  EndNote 20 IconAvailable from software.utah.edu 

Free to students. Student Computing Fees have funded the EndNote student licenses.

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

How to Use EndNote 21 in 7 Minutes

How to Use EndNote 20 in 7 Minutes

How to Use EndNote 21 in 7 Minutes

How to Use EndNote 20 in 7 Minutes

EndNote Training

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

 EndNote for iPad and iPhone - from the producer, Clarivate Analytics

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