This guide contains information about various reference/citation manager tools.
Many universities are often licensed to allow for EndNote use by all staff and students. Users with a university affiliation are advised to contact their university library or research office.
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EndNote is a commercial reference management application, used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. It is produced by Clarivate Analytics.
EndNote groups citations into "libraries" with the file extension *.enl and a corresponding *.data folder.
There are several ways to add a reference to a library: manually, or by exporting, importing, copying from another EndNote library, or connecting from EndNote. The program presents the user with a window containing a dropdown menu from which to select the type of reference they require (for example: journal, book, film, newspaper article, etc.), and fields ranging from the general (author, title, year) to those specific to the kind of reference (abstract, author, ISBN, running time, etc.)
EndNote Basic (formerly EndNote Web) is a web-based version of EndNote.
Download EndNote here [PAID]
Access EndNote Basic here [FREE - requires user to create an account]
It is possible to configure EndNote to provide full-text access to resources via the ANZCA Library.
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