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EndNote Tutorials: Classes & Workshops / FAQs

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.

Request for EndNote Training (for Rutgers Users Only)

To request a group session, or a one-on-one instruction / consultation session on EndNote, please fill out the form at, or contact your librarians ( or Yingting Zhang (; 732-235-7604) directly to schedule for one of the following sessions:

  • Introduction to EndNote 20 (for Rutgers affiliated users only)
  • Introduction to EndNote X9
  • Introduction to EndNote basic (aka EndNote online or EndNote web)
  • Intermediate / Advanced EndNote
  • How to Use EndNote as a Screening Tool for Systematic Reviews
  • EndNote Troubleshooting

Note: Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, the RWJ Library is closed physically but still open online. If you need help with EndNote or would like to get EndNote training, please email me or visit my WebEx person room on  Wednesdays, 9:30am - Thank you!

FAQs and Tips

Most of the answers to the frequently asked questions on EndNote that I received from our users were posted at the EndNote Blog <>. Please visit the blog to find the possible solutions. If no answer is not found, please contact your librarians for assistance.

The recently added posts were written on:

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