EndNote is very intuitive to use. This guide is designed to support all users whatever their level of expertise.
The guide is divided into several sections. Use the tabs and dropdown menus across the top to navigate through topics, and the "Print Guide" and "Print Page" options to print specific items.
|UCL's institutional desktop licence for EndNote now allows UCL students and staff to download EndNote for use on their own PC or Mac, from the UCL Software Database. This requires your UCL computer username and password. By downloading the software you are agreeing to UCL's Standard Terms and Conditions with Home Use and Restrictions.|
EndNote is available as:
EndNote for iPad. There is no app available for Android or other mobile operating systems.
You can use these versions independently, or synchronise them so you can work with your EndNote references from any device. However, the online and iPad versions do not have all the functionality of EndNote desktop.
We have produced LibGuides to both Mendeley and Zotero.
Ultimately it may be down to personal choice but this useful comparison guide evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of each may help you decide.
Some users use a combination of products for versatility. EndNote libraries can be saved to other products and vice-versa so there are no compatability issues.
Our online enquiry service, LibAnswers, is available:
The drop-ins take place on Tuesdays (10 am -12 pm) and Wednesdays (2 pm - 4pm) in Room 223, Chadwick Building. No appointments are taken so you are encouraged to arrive early.
Specialist support is offered in these areas but is not always available and will depend on the staff on duty. We recommend contacting the Digital Skills Team by email to check that the specialist help will be available.