EndNote is a program that helps users quickly collect and organize references from online sources (or elsewhere), create a searchable personal database, find and cite these references while writing, and create bibliographies formatted in their style of choice. The Libraries are licensed to provide download access to EndNote only for our Smith and RWJ Library users.
EndNote Web is a web-based version of EndNote designed to work in the cloud. Users who work from multiple computers, or need to work collaboratively may find EndNote Web very useful. EndNote and EndNote Web are designed to work in concert although each can be used independently. By using EndNote Web user can synch their libraries with the desktop version of EndNote providing a secure back up and the ability to work on projects from any computer with an Internet connection. Users of EndNote Web can also share their libraries with colleagues or fellow students, very useful when collaborating on projects or articles. An EndNote Web account can be created from within EndNote, or you can go to MyEndNoteWeb.com to set up a free account using your university email address.
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