EndNote is software that allows you to record, organise and use references and PDF files. The production of bibliographies for a thesis, essay or paper can be tedious and time-consuming. EndNote can assist with this task by reducing the need to re-type the same information repeatedly, saving time and minimising the risk of error. It can be used to:
The University of Melbourne has a licence that allows staff and students to load EndNote on to University-owned computers, or on to personal computers for use related to coursework, research or other work directly related to the University.
Installing EndNote on a UoM computer?
You are unlikely to have admin rights on a University-owned computer. Please contact your local IT staff to install EndNote on a UoM computer.
For more information, see the links below:
EndNote Online is a web-based service that can be used to create bibliographies, manage references, share libraries collaboratively, and insert citations into Microsoft Word via Cite While You Write functionality. It can be used as a standalone library or as a way of transferring references if you are using more than one computer.
Under the terms of our EndNote site licence, all University of Melbourne students and staff have access to EndNote Online.
To export selected references from EndNote in a format that can be imported into Readings Online: