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EndNote Tutorials

EndNote is a citation management tool used by researchers, faculty, and students to store, organize and cite references. This guide is to show how to use EndNote effectively.

Information on EndNote X9

Download EndNote:

EndNote X9 for both Mac &  Windows is now ready for Rutgers users to download and install. Eligible users need to use their NetID to log in to download the program. Go to and click EndNote X9 to download the program.

Installation Instructions for Mac:

Installation Instructions for Windows:

Important Note: For Windows users, after you download the zip file, you must unzip it and place the extracted files in a SEPARATE folder. Then clicking the installer should enable you to install the program. If you have any questions, please contact your campus librarians for help.​

EndNote X9 New Features

  • Enhanced reference sharing capabilities - desktop libraries via syncing with online libraries can now be with shared Read-Write or Read Only permissions
  • Four new reference types for social and other electronic media
    • Discussion Forum
    • Multimedia Application
    • Social Media
    • Television Episode
  • Increased integration with Web of Science
  • Ability to create a citation report for an EndNote library or a group of references using the embedded feature from Web of Science
  • Expanded presence of Manuscript Matcher - accessible via CWYW in Word and EndNote online
  • Ability to share custom groups in a desktop library with other EndNote online users
  • ...

Clarivate Analytics has a very informative LibGuide on EndNote X9 at The guide provides a collection of video and text tutorials and materials on the use of EndNote X9.


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