EndNote is desktop software which enables you to store and manage references. It also links to Word so that you can build a list of references automatically as you write and re-format them easily in different styles.
References from Summon and other electronic databases can be imported directly into your EndNote library, or added manually.
How to access EndNote
EndNote X9 is available on all student and staff computers. Members of staff may have older versions of EndNote installed, in which case they should contact IT Support to upgrade them to the latest version.
EndNote can be installed on any University-owned laptop on request.
If you wish to install EndNote on your home computer, it is free for all current staff & students to download from the software purchasing page. You will need to log in to this page with your username only (e.g. u1234567, or smuszej), not your full email address. If you accidentally enter your email address or the wrong login details the page may lock: restarting your browser should fix this issue.
Please note that this EndNote license agreement is for academic use only, and you must uninstall the application when you graduate/leave employment of the University.
Once you have registered for an EndNote account using the desktop software, you will be able to use EndNote Online, the web-based version of the software. EndNote Online provides a backup of your desktop library and allows you to share your references with other EndNote users.
Where can I get help with EndNote?
Computing and Library Services run regular EndNote training sessions. Sessions for staff can be found on the Staff Development web pages, and sessions for postgraduate researchers (PhD and Masters by Research students) can be found via SkillsForge. If you are neither staff nor a postgraduate researcher but are interested in using EndNote, please visit the library Help Centre or email us for advice.
These workbooks are used in the training sessions: