Using citation management tools like EndNote can make it easier to keep track of the resources you want to use for an assignment or project. EndNote makes it easy to save sources in a central location throughout a project -- and to import and export sources.
There are many ways to save citations for sources, such as: handwritten index cards, printing or e-mailing references from electronic sources, bookmarking web pages, copying citations into a Word or Excel file, or saving the PDF copy of all your articles on your desktop.
However, citation management programs can be much more efficient. Programs like EndNote save everything in one location and provide a place where you can organize your sources and properly cite them using a variety of citation styles.
Students and faculty must comply with the university’s Information Technologies & Resources Policy (4-002) and adhere to software licensing restrictions or be subject to disciplinary action by the university.
Our Endnote site license requires that you uninstall Endnote from all devices upon leaving UCF or when the library no longer has a subscription to EndNote.
Please refer to the following page for more information on system requirements: http://endnote.com/en/requirements.
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EndNote is a citation management software programs that allows you to collect and organize citations, as well as create bibliographies with ease. Endnote will help simplify and enhance your research. EndNote is available for FREE to all current UCF faculty, staff and students.
Citations can be exported to EndNote from the library catalog, online databases, and google scholar, just to name a few.
Probably the most popular feature is the ability to quickly and easily create and format in-text citations and bibliographies. EndNote works with Microsoft Word, allowing you to format your paper according to a specific citation style.
Try EndNote the next time you are working on a research paper!
The University of Central Florida 'connection file' has been updated. You will need to download the new version in order to search the UCF Library Catalog remotely from within your EndNote Program.