Answered By: Your Library Team Last Updated: Sep 07, 2018 Views: 800
EndNote is reference management software that allows you to collect, store and manage bibliographic references. You can then include them in your academic writing and automatically create a bibliography in the referencing style of your choice.
The Library recommends EndNote Online for new users as a tool for managing your references. It is web-based and available without charge to all members of the University of Sheffield. Mendeley is an alternative to EndNote, and is also a tool we recommend.
- The library runs classes in Endnote for Postgraduate Researchers as part of the Doctoral Development Programme.
- The library's Faculty Engagement Team can offer support for basic to intermediate enquiries for using Endnote Online (importing references from databases, inserting citations and bibliographies in Word) or email email@example.com.
- Further support is also provided with links to EndNote's official Community Forum, FaceBook page and Technical Support.
Other reference management software such as Mendeley, RefWorks and Zotero are also available.