Rutgers University Libraries are now licensed to provide university-wide access to EndNote for all Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.
In addition to the links below, helpful information is available from the Help menu within EndNote itself.
These are some very useful "Help" resources for EndNote
To make sure you have the latest EndNote updates installed, in EndNote click on Help and then Check for Updates.
Compare the older versions of EndNote before deciding if you will upgrade.
EndNote is bibliographic management software that can make your life much easier when you need to collect and manage citations for your research or coursework.
Among many other helpful features, EndNote software will allow you to:
EndNote X8 is the latest version of EndNote licensed by Rutgers (RBHS). Watch the video below to see the new features included in this version of EndNote.
New features include:
Note: Before downloading EndNote X8 or using the sync feature, it is STRONGLY recommended that you create a back-up copy of your EndNote library. To do this, go to File > Compressed Library in EndNote.
Rutgers students and faculty can now download the latest version of EndNote with a current NetID.
Follow the download instructions provided on the page to ensure you are not asked for a product code. The key to a clean installation is to recognize that the downloaded file comes in a "zipped " format and that is must be "unzipped" to be installed properly. This brief handout explains how to do this and have the product code installed and the same time.
There are instructions for MAC and Windows on this page.
The George F. Smith Library offers EndNote training classes. To find out when our classes are offered please check the Schedule of Library Workshops and register for Introduction to EndNote or Advanced EndNote.
For news, tips, and answers to commonly asked questions about EndNote, please check our EndNote Blog.
Onoing EndNote Training Opportunities: Thomson Reuters, the makers of EndNote, offer regular webinars throughout the year. Check out their training schedule of upcoming sessions.
EndNote also has its own YouTube channel with short training videos that you can watch at your convenience!