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Reference management: EndNote

A Libguide on how to use software tools for reference management

About this section

On this page you will find information about the reference management program EndNote.  If  you don't find what you are looking for please contact us, or/and look att our subsite FAQ & Tutorials.

As an employee or student at the Faculty of Social Sciences you can always contact us, either Ann-Sofie Zettergren, Sara Rondahl or Maja Carlson by e-mail: ref@sambib.lu.se.

Online tutorials

View more EndNote X7 & X8 online tutorials in English at Thomson Reuters hompage

What is EndNote?

What is EndNote?

EndNote is a software tool for reference management from Thomson Reuters. The Lund University Libraries Head office and LDC have a site license agreement which makes EndNote available to students and faculty at Lund University. The license is financed by the Lund University Libraries Head office and distributed by LDC.

EndNote is available for both PC and Mac and includes the following functions:  

  • Search bibliographic databases on the Internet and import the references to your EndNote Library
  • Organize references, images, PDFs and other files
  • Create manuscripts in Microsoft Word with built-in templates as well as automatic bibliographies.      

Support and training

Support and training

Getting started:

STAFF
Contact your IT-department if you wish to start using EndNote. 
LDC Servicedesk can also give some support to staff on installation of the software.

STUDENT
You can download EndNote from the Student Portal at Universitys hompage.

Training sessions:

If you want support when starting to use EndNote, you may find one of the tutorials available on the Internet useful. Once the program is installed, you will have access to a comprehensive manual in English.

STAFF
Contact your faculty library if you wish to attend to a training session at your department.
For employees at the Faculty of Social Sciences please contact the librarians in charge of the training sessions by sending an e-mail to ref@sambib.lu.se.

STUDENT
We can't at this point offer any training sessions for students. Please consult this Libguide, the FAQ avaliable online or contact us, NB! only students at the Faculty of Social Sciences, at ref@sambib.lu.se. How to download the program etc. please see information at the Student Portal.