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Desktop citation management software helps you organize your research and manage your references
EndNote is a citation management software and is designed to store, manage, and cite bibliographic references, such as books and journal articles. EndNote allows you to create your own personal Library of citations by importing references from online databases. When writing papers, EndNote will automatically format inline citations and bibliographies with the correct citation style (APA, AMA etc.) If you already have a personal license to the software, then you can easily upgrade to the most recent version of the software from the library license. When you graduate from or leave the University, you still retain the rights to the version you have a personal license to.
There are two options for EndNote at DMU:
Option 1: EndNote Desktop
Faculty and students in the MSBS and MSA program may install the Desktop version
The desktop version also synchronizes to an online library; both can contain an unlimited number of references and unlimited attachments.
Synchronize your references between up to three of your personal computers, an online library, and your iPad, through EndNote sync.
Option 2: EndNote Basic (no desktop component)
Students have access to the online-only option called EndNote Basic.
Key Features of Both Desktop and Online Basic
6,000+ predefined citation styles, including APA, AMA, and Vancouver
Share references with collaborators
Use your references in word-processing documents to create formatted citations and bibliographies or independent reference lists.
This guide is organized to help you learn about EndNote desktop step-by-step. We recommend that you review each tab on the left-hand side in order.