EndNote software allows you to create your own personal database of references, known as an EndNote library. Your EndNote library provides a way for your to store and manage the references that you gather in the course of your research, and may also be used in conjunction with Microsoft Word, to create in-text citations and bibliographies.
Configuring the Find Full Text feature in EndNote
You will need to enter the following details in your EndNote Preferences to use EndNote's Find Full Text feature:
OpenURL Path: http://zl9eq5lq7v.search.serialssolutions.com/
Authenticate with: http://ezproxy.bond.edu.au/login?url=
With EndNote X6 you can synchronize the references in your EndNote library with the references in your EndNote Web library.
How do I obtain a copy of EndNote?
EndNote is available on Bond University computers.
The version currently supported by Library Services is EndNote X6. If you have an older version on your computer and wish to upgrade to EndNote X6, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Copies of EndNote X6 are available to Bond University staff and current students for home use. These may be obtained from the Library & Computing Service Desk on Level 2 of the Main Library.
EndNote X6 System Requirements
See the EndNote website for requirements and compatibility.
Training & support
- EndNote X6 Overview
- Manual Data Entry
- EndNote Groups
- EndNote Importing PDFs
- CWYW: Adding Citations to a Word Document
- CWYW: Edit & Manage Citations
- CWYW: Formatting the Bibliography
- Synchronizing EndNote Desktop and Web Libraries
Thomson Reuters also run free EndNote webinars.
The Library periodically offers EndNote workshops to help users get up and running with EndNote - see the workshop timetable.