EndNote can help students with:
- Organizing their references in a database
- Importing references from search engines
- Creating in-text citations in their documents (papers, theses, dissertations, etc.)
- Creating bibliographies for their documents (papers, theses, dissertations, etc.)
EndNote is available for Macintosh and Windows computers. EndNote integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Word, but can also be used to organize references and export them into formats that LaTeX can use.
Michigan Tech faculty, staff and students may install EndNote on a work or personal computer for University work. Students must be on the campus network or set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to install the software on a personal computer. For assistance setting up a VPN or installing EndNote on a campus computer, contact IT.
Output styles are files that tell EndNote how to format the in-text citations and bibliography. Import filters allow users to import data from search engines (such as MedLine, ISI Web of Knowledge, or other databases) into their own database. Contact Debra Charlesworth with questions about the Michigan Tech filters and styles.
- Output styles - Michigan Tech styles match the Guide
- Import filters
The University and EndNote offer several ways to help student learn how to use EndNote.
- An Introduction to EndNote—June 30, 2010 seminar by the Graduate School and Library
- EndNote technical support—Links to documentation and video tutorials
- Michigan Tech Library Guide
- Webinars sponsored by EndNote; see up-to-date list below