EndNote software is designed to help researchers organize their references and create bibliographies. The University of Texas Libraries offers UT-Austin faculty, staff and students help in using EndNote with library databases and catalogs.
EndNote is available for purchase at the Campus Computer Store at an educational price, or from the EndNote website. You may also download a free trial version from the EndNote website. Or, register for a free account with EndNote Web, an online product with the essential features of EndNote. When registering for EndNote Web initially be sure to use an on campus computer.
Instructions and FAQ
- What is an EndNote Library?
- How do I get started on EndNote?
- How do I use EndNote with Library databases?
- How do I use EndNote with GoogleScholar?
- How do I use EndNote with Word to create a bibliography?
- Can I use the Connection files?
- What are the EndNote filters?
- Can I connect to the Library Catalog with EndNote?
- Can I use EndNote with the UT thesis/dissertation template?
- How can I use EndNote with *free* resources such as PubMED using the library's EZProxy?
- Does downloading references from databases work with Macintosh?
Classes and Training
The Library offers hands-on classes throughout the year. For a list of classes, see the Library Classes Schedule.
We will also present a customized training session to your group or department. To arrange a session, please use our form.
Contact library staff for help using EndNote with library resources.
If you have technical support issues with the software itself, contact EndNote directly.
In providing this information about using EndNote, the University of Texas Libraries at The University of Texas at Austin neither recommends nor endorses its use and does not make any claims or promises about its effectiveness and performance.