EndNote is reference management software, with features to:
Check out the EndNote Training Videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining
Bunch Library has created additional training materials and videos on the tabs across the top of the page.
**After installation, be sure to carefully go through the Create/Organize Library tab in order to set up the software to work properly!**
Clarivate (the team behind EndNote) has created a research guide of their own about using their product. This guide also has tutorials and other resources for navigating the tool from the EndNote Team!
Faculty and graduate students may install EndNote Desktop on their computers. Instructions are posted in MyBelmont, under Academic Resources.
Already have EndNote installed? Current users may upgrade to EndNote 21 using the new installer and product key posted to MyBelmont. (9/12/23). Before upgrading, EndNote recommends backing up your existing library and uninstalling earlier versions.
Undergraduate students may register for a free EndNote Basic account at www.myendnoteweb.com.
What’s new in EndNote 21?
EndNote is best used as a software with the Microsoft Word App/Desktop Version. To use EndNote most effectively, we recommend:
Begin a document in Word online in OneDrive
Close the online document and open it in the Word App/Desktop version on your desktop
Use the Word App/Desktop version to utilize EndNote's Cite While You Write feature
If you need more help with EndNote, make an appointment with the a librarian with EndNote expertise.