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EndNote

Use Endnote to manage your references and format your bibliography

What is EndNote ?

EndNote Desktop is software used to manage your references and format your bibliography.  It is produced by Clarivate Analytics and University of Tasmania has a site-wide licence
The latest version at UTAS is 
EndNote X9

Freely available for University of Tasmania staff and students 

Training and support                    

EndNote enables you to:

  • transfer and store references from electronic databases and library catalogues
  • insert citations to Word as you write
  • change styles easily and format a bibliography
  • view and annotate your PDFs
  • find fulltext
  • sync your library and work across devices and platforms

News

  • The latest available licenced version at UTAS is EndNote X9.
  • Note for UTAS Staff: IT Services have made Endnote X9 available on staff machines in Self Service on a Mac and in Software Centre on Windows PC

Mac users note: 
  • September 24th 2019: EndNote have released a major update (Endnote X9.3.1 for macs) to ensure 64 bit compatability with the new Mac OS (Catalina). 

  • The new X9.3.2 mac installer is now available on the IT software and utilities download page

  • EndNote advises that Mac users should install EN X9 and update to X9.3.2 before they plan to update their operating system to the new Mac OS 10.15 Catalina to ensure workflow is uninterrupted.  More information

  • Mac users who are using earlier versions of EndNote (eg X8 or X9.2) and who prefer not to upgrade to ENX9.3.2 on their devices at this time, should delay upgrading their computer to the new Catalina Mac OS.

  • Do not upgrade to the new Catalina macOS if you prefer to keep working with EndNote X8.   X8 and X9.2 will work with Mojave macOS.

News for Windows Users: 
  • 14th January 2020  EndNote Updates: Clarivate have released the major update EN X9.3.1 for Windows.   Existing EN users will be prompted upon opening the software when updates are available.  Follow the prompts when you are ready.  Under the EN Help>> Check for Updates, or install the updates manually if required. More information 

Who might find it useful ?

  • Researchers including Postgraduates needing to manage a large number of references for a literature review or thesis
  • Researchers writing journal articles needing to submit a manuscript conforming to specific journal or publisher style
  • Students managing references for a major assignment 

Tip: Learning to use reference management software effectively can save time, however proof-reading is still important. It is good practice to understand the principles of correct academic referencing prior to learning reference management software.  Check against a style guide before finalising your work.