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Plant Physiology (21:120:330)

This guide was created specifically for Dr. Karina Schafer's class - Fall 2021

Register for an EndNote Web account

Register for an EndNote Web account within Web of Science.

After logging in, click on "Products" on the upper right, then select "EndNote."

Register for an account.

Then log in at www.myendnoteweb.com (or via Web of Science --> Products --> EndNote)

EndNote Web & EndNote

EndNote (desktop) is a program that helps users collect and organize references from online or other sources, create a searchable personal database of references, find fulltext articles, manage and annotate PDF files, cite references while writing a paper, create bibliographies formatted in a preferred style, and more.

EndNote basic / EndNote Web is a web-based version of EndNote (desktop), designed to work in the cloud. Users who work from multiple computers, or need to work collaboratively may find EndNote basic very useful. EndNote and EndNote basic are designed to work in concert although each can be used independently. By using EndNote basic users can synchronize their libraries with EndNote desktop providing a secure backup and the ability to work on projects from any computer with an internet connection. Users can also share their libraries with colleagues or fellow students. A free EndNote basic account can be created from within EndNote or Web of Science, or at MyEndNoteWeb.com.

EndNote for iPad app is free for download from the Apple Store to all EndNote users. The app allows users to find, store, create, and share references anywhere and anytime. It also enables PDF annotations directly within the app.

For information on how to use EndNote (desktop), take a look at these resources:

EndNote Web

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