EndNote is a software tool that helps researchers gather, manage, and cite references to scholarly literature and materials (e.g., journal articles, books, maps, reports, artwork, etc.). You can export citation information to EndNote from online searches, attach PDF files to the citations in your library, then save time by creating an automatic bibliography in Word from your EndNote library.
For more information about EndNote and other reference management tools available, see the KU Libraries website.
No cost for undergraduate students when accessed through Virtual Lab.
Students, Faculty and Staff can access in the following central computing labs: Anschutz Instruction Center, Anschutz Library, BEST 160, BEST 165, BEST 170, BEST 175, BEST Open Lab, Budig Hall Main Computer Lab, Budig Instruction Center, Fraser Computer Lab, RC 120B, RC 120C, RC Library Open Lab, REGN 364, REGN 366, Watson Training Labs.
Graduate students, faculty, retired faculty and staff can download EndNote at no cost through KU’s Web store to use on KU-owned and personal computers. NOTE: The installation requires administrator rights on your machine. If you do not have administrator rights, you will need to contact your technical support to install this software.
See system requirements on EndNote's website.
EndNote also has an iPad app that costs $9.99. See the iTunes App Store for more information.
The KU Libraries offers EndNote help.
email@example.com | 785-864-0431 or 785-864-4662
Some download and installation support is available through the KU Information Technology Customer Service Center.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 785-864-8080
Troubleshooting and help information is also available at EndNote’s website.
View additional FAQs on EndNote's website.