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EndNote Desktop

Citation management software helps you organize your research and manage your references

Create a Bibliography in EndNote Online

EndNote can format your references to any style you need. Most styles are included, such as APA, AMA (JAMA), Vancouver etc.

When working in Microsoft Word, the name of this feature is a plugin for Word called Cite While You Write (CWYW).  If you have already downloaded CWYW, then watch these videos to learn more about how to create in-text citations and works cited lists. Need to get your plugins? See the Install Plug-ins tab to learn how.

Working with InText Citations - Quick Lesson

This video will show you how to embed citations quickly, and the right way. Please use the EndNote functions - don't delete manually as you write and cite!

MD Andersson Research Medical Library,  Published on Nov 26, 2013.  This video will demonstrate how to insert and delete citations using EndNote and Word 2010.

Cite While You Write Part 1

This video helps you learn how to add citations with some excellent commentary about problems and issues you might encounter with author names. The instructor shows the APA style, but the same principles apply across styles.

Cite While You Write: Part 2: Beyond the Basics

Topics in this video include:

  • Using categories and subheadings in your bibliographies.
  • Submitting a paper for publication? Your journal may want you to removing field codes first. 
  • Exporting citations in your Word document to move to a different library.

Endnote & GoogleDocs

EndNote Desktop is not compatible with Google Docs  - at least in terms of the Cite While You Write plug-in.  You can, however, generate a final works cited list in EndNote and the copy/paste this list into your Google document.

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