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Endnote Basic Features
Allows you to create your own library of citations
Allows you to organize and group citations
Allows you to format bibliographies in a variety of styles - including APA, MLA, Turabian, and Chicago
Allows collaboration with others Endnote Online users
Allows editing of citations including adding notes and keywords
Endnote Basic is Not
A place to keep journal articles
Perfect. Always check citations to make sure they are correct
What is Endnote?
EndNote is Web-based reference management software that allows you to collect references into your personal account. You can use EndNote to organize your references for citing in papers.
Endnote enables you to...
Collect references from a wide variety of online sources via online search, importing from research databases,or typing the references manually
Stores up to 10,000 references in your library
May share references from other Endnote users for collaboration
Cite While You Write in Microsoft Word to insert references and format papers instantly
Create Your Account
If you are a Point Loma Nazarene University student, faculty or staff, you can create an EndNote (Basic) account at no charge to you.
Click here to access login screen EndNote.
Choose to "Create your free account" under "EndNote Basic."
Fill out the form and be careful to follow the rules for the password setup; all fields denoted by red asterisks are required fields.
Congratulations – you now have an EndNote account you can access from anywhere!