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EndNote: What is EndNote?

What is EndNote?

  • Saves citations from databases (journals, books, other reference types)
  • Inserts citations into papers in Word, Pages, Open Office Writer, and other word processors
  • Organizes your PDF articles
  • Available to all SDSU students, faculty, and staff
  • Provided by the South Dakota Board of Regents

EndNote Training

Training from Briggs Library:

All training sessions are in Briggs Library (SBL). Please register to attend.

EndNote Training Schedule for Fall 2017
Day/Date Time Room Register
Tuesday, January 23 4:00-6:00 125 REGISTER
Monday, February 26 5:00-7:00 125 REGISTER
Wednesday, March 21 3:00-5:00; 125; REGISTER
Monday, April 23 4:00-6:00 125 REGISTER
Friday, May 4 3:00-5:00 125 REGISTER

 

Note on Browsers

Firefox imports records directly into EndNote with no extra steps required.

Chrome saves a file to your computer and then you must import it to EndNote from within EndNote.

Internet Explorer does not work well with some databases or with EndNote. Try a different browser.

Safari may offer you the option of importing directly or saving. It works differently with Macs and Windows.

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