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A Guide to EndNote
An introduction to the citation manager EndNote 20 desktop and EndNote online
EndNote (produced by Clarivate) is a citation management tool that moves you through the research process as you search, organize, write, publish and share your work. Whether you're writing a paper or manuscript, leading a research project, maintaining a CV, teaching a course or applying for a grant, EndNote can help.
EndNote lets you ...
store, organize, and manage references in your own personal and searchable library
import reference data from online databases such as MEDLINE, Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar and more
create rules to automatically organize references as you work
read, review, annotate and search PDF files
find full text in both subscription and open access resources
identify and remove duplicate content
insert citations while writing a paper
create and format bibliographies using various output styles (e.g., APA, Chicago, MLA, Vancouver)
share some or all of your references with collaborators and colleagues
manage team access and track activity and changes
EndNote has both a desktop (i.e., EndNote 20) and web component (i.e., EndNote online for desktop users). Consult theEndNote Features Comparison Sheetfor a summary of the differences between EndNote products.
EndNote 20 desktop site license for Windows and Mac is now available to current McMaster employees and students for download.
If working on a systematic review, also consider using Covidence, a web-based software platform that streamlines the production of systematic reviews. It supports citation screening, full text review, risk of bias assessment, and more. McMaster provides unlimited access to university affiliates.