Endnote

What is EndNote?

EndNote is a program that helps you with your referencing. Easily insert in-text citations and reference lists into your assignment in your chosen style* and let EndNote worry about the formatting!

You may like to watch this Introduction to EndNote

Download EndNote

You will need to accept the conditions of the License Agreement and then select the appropriate version of EndNote for your operating system. See Conditions of use

Download EndNote

If you are upgrading from a previous version of EndNote, your records will be saved and loaded into the new version, but it's a good idea to back up your libraries and edited styles. It's best to uninstall the old Endnote before installing the new version, as it can interfere with linking to Word. Instructions.

EndNote app for iPad
An app for using EndNote on your iPad is now available via theiTunes store at a cost of $4.99.
Tutorials for using Endnote on an iPad


How to use EndNote

Help From Library Staff

If you have a question about how to use Endnote check with the staff at the Library Loans Desk, phone (02) 4980 2257, or email a reference librarian.

Avondale's reference librarians can teach you how to use EndNote, in group or individual settings, face-to-face or via an online meeting. Training workshops are run each semester by Library staff on the Lake Macquarie Campus. Other training sessions can be organised on request. Link to the Workshop and training schedule

EndNote training

In addition to help from the library staff, there is also a range of training options below, including printable notes, online guides, and video tutorials. Keep scrolling for help using EndNote on a Mac, and using EndNote with Pages.



Using EndNote on a Mac

Download Notes for basic use of EndNote on a Mac
Download a detailed User Manual for using EndNote on a Mac

Using EndNote with Pages

Cite While You Write in Pages:
A pdf Guide
An Online Guide
A Video


* Remember

Referencing tools sometimes get it wrong. You always need to check the final result and make sure it follows the rules for the style of referencing you’re using. For referencing guides, click here