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Citations Guide: Endnote

Citation management systems that can store all your research as well as put all your references into proper format. Also covers the most popular style manuals.

EndNote Web Documents

Members of the WSU Community have free access to EndNote Web. 

Follow these instructions to sign up for a personal account.

Need Assistance?

If you need assistance in creating citations or in using EndNote Web, contact the Reference Desk at the Worcester State University Library 1-(508)-929-5297.

Alternatives to EndNote Web

If you do not like using EndNote Web or prefer to work with a different research manager, check out Zotero.

(See the LibGuide  "Zotero.")

What is EndNote Web?

EndNote Web enables you to move through your research process with flexible tools for searching, organizing and sharing your research, creating your bibliography and writing your paper. 

EndNote Web can help you create a customized library of all your references, organize your library using groups to categorize references by project, subject or anything you choose - and those references can be in as many groups as you want. It will also insert those references in Word and will automatically create citations and a bibliography in the bibliographic style of your choice.

EndNote Web is free for members of the Worcester State University community.  See the box at the left to sign up for a free account.

Video Tutorials

The following links are to videos to help you get started with EndNote Web.

#1   Getting Started   

#2   Searching for Citations and Direct Export

#3   "Saving As" a Text File

#4    Editing Citations

#5     Bibliography

#6    Organizing Your Endnote Web

#7   Cite while You Write

Guide

This guide page was created by Patricia Fontes, Interim Reference Librarian.