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A basic guide to help users get started with EndNote

Alternatives to EndNote

EndNote is not for everyone. 

A simple way to add citations to your essays and assignments is to use the cite functionality available in the Library Hub.

Books & eBook Search

  1. Click the "Cite" button from the record you want to cite.
  2. Select the Citation Style from the drop down (e.g. Chicago (notes - bibliography) 17th ed.)
  3. Cut and paste the selected citation into your document.

Articles & More Search

  1. When you locate the required resource click "Cite" from the Tools menu.
  2. Scroll down the list until you see Citation Style you require (e.g. Chicago/Turabian: Humanities). 
  3. Cut and paste the selected citation into your document.

NOTE: It is important not to just copy and paste these citations. Always check the citations you download for any minor errors. 

Alternative Programs

Zotero - a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research. View Quick Start Guide ▷ 

Mendeley - Allows you to add papers directly from your browser, import documents from your desktop, and generate references, citations and bibliographies in a whole range of journal styles.

Manuscripts -  Manuscripts is a collaborative authoring tool built specifically to support scientific content and reproducibility, from the moment a project begins.

eBook Citation Tool  - Allows you to manually enter an eBooks details into their relevant fields to automatically generate a citation for you.