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EndNote X9

Desktop citation management software helps you organize your research and manage your references

Collaboration

When collaborating with others, you can choose to share your entire library, or you can share one of your groups. Before you embark on a group writing project, please take the time to think through important questions up front of how the team needs to work together. This will ensure you are not in the middle of a project and experiencing frustrations with the software.  One primary question: Do you really need to save your whole library? Or just one of your groups?collaboration flowchart

Image shared with permission. Healy, H, Regan, M., DeBerg, J; Pure Collaboration: Supporting EndNote Sharing Options. Citing Sources: EndNote. Accessed April 27, 2018. http://guides.lib.uiowa.edu/citingsources/HardinEndNoteDesktop

Introduction to Library Sharing in EndNote

EndNote X8 users can share a library with up to 100 other EndNote users and view an Activity Feed for the shared library. The video below demonstrates the process in  X9., but will work the same way in EndNote 20.

  • Endnote 20, EndNote X9, and EndNote X8 have a library sharing feature that allows you to share your entire library with up to 100 other colleagues.
  • Each user must have online accounts connected to the desktop version of EndNote

Collaborating With Colleagues

"Sharing EndNote Libraries and manuscripts can be tricky. This webinar will demonstrate best practices for e-mailing, combining and sharing libraries with colleagues." Research Medical Library. (n.d.). EndNote Best Practices for Sharing Manuscripts. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhvzv0WK9eg

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