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EndNote X9 Basic course

1. Introduction

With EndNote you can:

  • Maintain a database ("library") of literature references.
  • Import references from bibliographical databases or enter them yourself.
    You can also reproduce references from PDFs and link PDFs to the descriptions.
  • Import references from EndNote in your own text and choose the layout according to a certain style like Vancouver, Chicago, MLA, APA etc.
  • Sync and share libraries with colleagues.

How to get hold of the software?
The Radboud University has a license for her employees and students. Using the program on and off campus is permitted.
You can get hold of the software, free of charge, at the ICT Service Desk in the Central Library (Erasmuslaan 36, ground floor).
RU staff with a workstation (desktop or laptop) can directly install EndNote from the Software Center (Windows Start » All Programs » Software Center).

  • FNWI students - students of the Faculty of Science can download EndNote from C&CZ's install-site when on campus or connected via VPN.
  • (Bio-)Medical students can get EndNote at the Peer Point desk in the Medical Library (1st floor, route 299).
    Open on Mondays till Thursdays from 11 h. to 15 h.
  • Radboudumc staff - the EndNote software is also available on the network drive W (W:\Servicedesk\Software) or you can have the installations files copied to your usb-stick at the employee plaza (route 528).

EndNote has a good help function with detailed information.

EndNote is available for Windows and MacIntosh.
In this module Version X9 (19) for Windows is discussed.

In this module we often use the menu options at the top of the program.

A toolbar for the most used commands is also available.