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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a software package designed to help you to organize citations and create a bibliography. EndNote allows you to:

  • Search for citations in databases (such as PubMed) and library catalogs (such as Barton).




  • Retrieve relevant citations (from databases like Web Of Science) and import them into EndNote.




  • Build your bibliography and organize your citations.

 

EndNote at MIT

MIT does not offer a site license or discount pricing for EndNote. Software is available at the MIT Coop, or at a discount through GovConnection via ECAT3.  There's also a web version that's free for MIT users through Web of Science.

The MIT Libraries offer limited support for EndNote users, particularly with issues involving EndNote connectivity with library-supported resources. The libraries also provide introductory hands-on training in the use of EndNote during IAP and by arrangement.

Members of the MIT community have free access to EndNote Web, a web-based version of EndNote. To register to use EndNote Web, visit Web of Knowledge and follow the links for "My EndNote Web."

 

Getting help with EndNote

Contact EndNote through their web site, or call (800) 336-4474, ext. 4, 8 AM to 5 PM Pacific, Monday through Friday.

EndNote support links:

If you have questions about using EndNote in conjunction with library-supported databases, please use Ask Us!

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