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Information and guidance on using Desktop EndNote and EndNote online to manage bibliographic references.

EndNote is a reference management package. Use it to create your own database (library) of references. You can then embed citations in your Word documents and automatically build a reference list in a variety of styles such as Harvard or Numbered.

Versions of EndNote

There are two versions of EndNote:

  • Desktop EndNote - a fully-featured reference management program which can be requested from DTS and installed on any computer. It is also available on campus via the University's Apps Anywhere service. 
  • EndNote online - a web-based product which provides basic reference management and functionality. There are two versions: EndNote Online Classic and EndNote Web. EndNote Web is only available once synced to an Desktop EndNote version 21 library.

Alternatives to EndNote

EndNote is just one option for managing your references electronically. See our Managing references guide for information about some alternatives:

Help using EndNote

Academic Liaison TeamClick on the tabs above to view support on using Desktop EndNote and EndNote Online. We offer step-by-step guides, videos and workshops. 

Your Academic Liaison Librarian can also offer individual help on using EndNote. They can give a 1-1 tutorial or answer specific questions. Contact them to make an appointment via the link below: