Answered By: E-library Team Last Updated: 06 Oct, 2017 Views: 592
The Library does not subscribe to EndNote(*). Instead it supports RefWorks bibliographic creation software that functions in the same way as Endnote. RefWorks is web-based, and so you can access it from both on-campus and off-campus. It is free to members of the University and is easy to transfer references from EndNote to RefWorks.
There are a number of pages on the Library's website which will give you more information about RefWorks; the Library also runs monthly RefWorks demonstrations, see the training page for details.
Although we don't support EndNote, if you want to try it, you can obtain a 30 day trial. If you want to buy an educational licence see the details on the Bilaney Consultants website (Thomson Reuters' authorised reseller - if you want to buy at the student discounted price you will need to provide a copy of your Student ID - see the link below for details).
(*) EndNote Web is available via our subscription to Web of Knowledge (look for the relevant tab when it opens). However, it has less functionality than the desktop version. Free alternatives include Citeulike, Mendeley and Zotero (but note that Zotero has been known to interfere with Firefox add-ons). We don’t support these applications but we can advise on how to import citations from RefWorks and other bibliographic databases. Just email: email@example.com for advice.