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This guide contains information about different resources to use when you need to manage citations.
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.uiowa.edu/citationmanagement Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What is EndNote Desktop?

EndNote Desktop is a client-based bibliographic management software program for organizing and formatting citations for publication.

      

    Training and Support

    If you have any questions or need assistance with EndNote Desktop, please Ask a Librarian or use the links below.

    How to get EndNote Desktop?

    Please note that EndNote Desktop is available for free to faculty, staff, and graduate students only. Undergraduates will need to use EndNote Basic, purchase EndNote from the University Bookstore, or choose another citation management program from this tab.

    • Get EndNote Desktop from ITS
      For CCOM members: Once you are signed in you should see the EndNote section. Click on EndNote; this should take you to the Secure page for the EndNote install. As long as you have access rights it should populate a red section that reads ‘CCOM Students, Faculty, and Staff. You are eligible to download EndNote as part of a license agreement with the College of Medicine through the EndNote for CCOM download page.
     

    EndNote Workshops

     

    FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions about EndNote Desktop via the UI Libraries

    View the answers to these questions here.

    • How do I move references from RefWorks to EndNote Desktop?
    • How can I attach a PDF to my reference?
    • How can I connect to InfoLink through EndNote?
    • How can I make EndNote automatically convert abbreviated journal names to full journal names?
    • How can I find full text articles for my citations?
     

    Ask a Librarian

    Librarians are available to help you with your questions. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have regarding citation styles, citation management, etc.

    Use the chat box below, contact your subject specialist librarian or Ask a Librarian for more options.

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