EndNote explained

What is EndNote and how can it help me?

EndNote is referencing software that enables you to create a library of references based on information resources you are referring to. Your library of references can then be organised, edited and converted into a formatted bibliography in the referencing style required for your assignment or thesis. EndNote can be used together with MS Word to cite your references as you write and create your full list of references used.


EndNote is free for UWA staff and students and can be downloaded for use on a personal device such as a laptop or home computer. The University Library produces an EndNote self-help guide which includes an online learning path designed to step you through how to use EndNote. Librarians can also help with individual EndNote queries via Email Us or Live Chat. You can also book an online consultation with a librarian via the WRITESmart Librarian Support service.

See University Library services during COVID-19 for more details about visiting our Libraries and using our support services.

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