EndNote is a bibliographic management tool. It has been used by researchers to store, organize, and cite references. Over the years, EndNote has been constantly upgraded by its developers. While it is great to enhance its functionalities, it can also be a daunting job for the busy researchers to keep up to date with all the emerging features and functions of the tool. This guide is designed to present timely tutorials and instructions on how to use EndNote effectively.
EndNote 21 is the latest version.
An important note for Windows users:
As a Rutgers user, you should not be asked to enter a product key to install the program. When you install EndNote on your Windows computer, if you are asked for a product key, then you are not installing it appropriately. After you download the EndNote zip file from EndNote | Rutgers University Libraries, please extract the zip file and then place the extracted files in a SEPARATE folder. Then clicking the installer should allow you to install the program.
Below are some useful links:
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