Endnote Online is a tool which allows you to collect, organise and format references when carrying out course assignments or research.
The first time you use Endnote Online, you must register through the Web of Science database as follows. Available from the library web site:
The main Endnote Online page has menu items along the top of the screen for: My References, Collect, Organize, Format, Match, Options, Downloads
Once you have your references saved in Endnote Online you will want to organize them. You can create groups for each assignment or research project and when you import or add references manually you save them to the appropriate group.
Note: It is possible to export references from databases and from library catalogues and then import them into Endnote Online. However, the method varies from database to database. In some cases, references must first be exported from the databases to a file on your computer and then imported to Endnote Online from there. In other cases, the references may be exported directly to Endnote Online. A separate guide Endnote Online Export/Import References provides more information. This guide will provide a general introduction.
Note: These steps are taken after you have exported your references from a database to a file on your computer.
You can format your references using a referencing style and export it as a word document to your PC or as an e-mail. For example:
Note: You should also look at the Endnote Online Cite While you Write Quick Start Guide. This explains how you can use Endnote to insert citations automatically into your Word documents and format your reference lists at the end of the document.
This is a feature to help authors choose journals in which to publish.
For additional help, Click on the Account/Sign Out symbol at the top right of the screen and then Click Help.
When you are finished using Endnote, Click on the symbol and Click Sign Out