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Research Guides

Citation Management Software: Endnote

A guide to the commonly used citation - or reference - management software available to the U-Idaho community.

Introduction to Endnote

Getting Started:

  • Purchase a copy of Endnote from the UI Vandalstore.  The following examples use the X4 version of the software.
  • Endnote is a very powerful tool for managing your references.  Unique to Endnote is the ability to connect to external databases and search them, importing references directly, without leaving the application.  You can also customize and create your own citation styles as needed for publications, no matter how obscure the journal might be.


If you have any questions about using this systems, please contact the U-Idaho Library Reference Desk.