EndNote: what is it?
EndNote is software supporting:
- information management: collect information in one place, group in a relevant structure, comment, add keywords and much more;
- referencing, footnotes and a bibliography: add references in a text, using the correct reference style ("output style"), make or change reference styles, set up bibliographic lists.
Using reference software has many advantages:
- create a personal library of information gathered in journals, books, websites, blogs, patents and other sources;
- create an overview of collected information, with the option to add the full text;
- add citations, footnotes and a bibliography to a text and apply the correct reference style in a few clicks;
- connect with databases, catalogues and Google Scholar to import references.
Students can only use EndNote via Athena. System administrators can install EndNote on local PCs. Check helpdesk DICT for further information.
Manuals and tutorials
- the tutorial on Vimeo explaining how to import references from Google Scholar "Referenties exporteren van Google Scholar naar EndNote" (in Dutch)
- tutorial of KCGG (in Dutch)
- lots of tutorials are available on the EndNote website: clarivate.com/webofsciencegroup/support/endnote
- have a look at the video tutorials on YouTube: youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining
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Last modified Feb. 1, 2023, 2:09 p.m.