Endnote can free up a lot of time and frustration that comes from manually entering references into your word documents, particularly if you are writing lots of essays and reports and like to include well researched and correctly cited academic material.
Endnote is a computer program that can be used to
- automatically download references from the Internet
- including book details from Primo Search,
- journal articles from Google Scholar and journal databases
- create references in the right referencing style
- including APA 6th, Harvard and hundreds others
- insert citations into your word documents
- automatically compile reference lists and bibliographies
- store downloaded journal articles (as PDFs) with the reference details in your Endnote Library.
CSU students and staff members can download Endnote for free onto personal Windows and Mac computer. Endnote can be installed on:
- personal computers from the DIT web page
- CSU staff computers though the install software desktop icon
Getting started with Endnote
To help get you started with Endnote we have an Endnote Library resource guide, videos and user manuals for both Windows and Mac Computers.
The library runs Endnote workshops during the academic year and they are an excellent way to learn how to use Endnote. Information on our Endnote workshops in May are available on our website
Questions about Endnote
- Contact us for personal help
- If we’re aren’t open try the Thomson-Reuters website, the creators of Endnote
Questions about Referencing
ALLaN (Academic Literacy, Learning, and Numeracy) Advisers can help develop your referencing skills with:
- referencing workshops held throughout the year
- Individual assistance on referencing an assignment