What is EndNote?
EndNote is one of the leading citation management programs. It uses a database structure to help you gather and store citations (or references). You can organize your references by using groups and when it comes to writing, EndNote works in conjunction with your word processing software allowing you to write, cite, and produce bibliographies with ease.
Libraries and Cultural Resources provides instruction and support for EndNote. Please go to the Library Workshop site for details on upcoming workshops.
EndNote Online is available free to University of Calgary Students, Faculty and Staff
Desktop software is available for purchase from:
A site license is not available at the University of Calgary.
See Citation Tools Guides for information on other Citation tools (Zotero, Menedley etc)