Endnote Bibliographic Management Software
What is EndNote?
- A database for creating and managing references
- A tool for developing bibliographies
- A connection to library databases
What can you do with EndNote?
- Save and manage bibliographic citations of journal articles, books, internet resources, and other materials (A collection of stored references is called a library).
- Import citations from online catalogs and library databases.
- Search library databases from within the EndNote program, which allows you to export references directly into your own EndNote library.
- Automatically create and format citations and bibliographies in almost any bibliographic style (APA, MLA, Turabian, and more).
- Use Microsoft Word templates to create your manuscript. More than 1,000 bibliographic styles are available. EndNote includes built-in Word templates to guide you through the manuscript requirements of publishers.
For more information:
Visit the EndNote website
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Contact Julie Chapman, Assistant Professor of Library Instructional Services, at 217 206-7114 or email@example.com
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