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