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EndNote version 7 now available

Posted by isulib on June 16, 2013

ISU students, faculty and staff can now download the newest version of EndNote via our download page.

EndNote is a bibliographic management software app that the ISU Library has subsidized for the campus for many years. If you still use the older, less sophisticated Citation software system, you should switch to the much more powerful EndNote.

From the EndNote webpages:

EndNote® gives you the tools you need for searching, organizing and sharing your research. It allows you to easily create bibliographies while writing your next paper with features like Cite While You Write®. Maximize your time with features like finding full text for your references and automatically updating records. Whether you’re on your desktop, online, or iPad, EndNote’s syncing capabilities let you access all of your references, attachments, and groups from anywhere.

  • Search hundreds of online resources for references and PDFs.
  • Find full text in one click.
  • Import records from PubMed with the new direct export format.
  • Share groups and references.
  • Hand-off Word files with full reference files.
  • Never have to type a bibliography from scratch!
  • Format references for any project with Cite While You Write®.
  • Search and annotate PDFs.
  • Create uniform citations and footnotes with new formatting tools.
  • Sync your research across your desktop, online, and your iPad.
  • While search in ISU Library databases, you can export citations directly into EndNote files and then from those files attach a link back to each PDF article you have downloaded.
  • ONLINE USER MANUAL
  • TRAINING, including ‘what’s new in EndNote 7’

EndNote is a Thomson Reuters product.

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