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How to use Endnote for research.

Endnote Basic is Not

  • A place to keep journal articles
  • A place to write papers
  • Perfect. Always check citations to make sure they are correct

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

What is Endnote?

EndNote is Web-based reference management software that allows you to collect references.

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!

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