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EndNote 20 Library Guide

Welcome and Licensing

Welcome to the EndNote 20 Library Guide

EndNote logoThe Harriet F. Ginsburg Health Sciences Library presents the following guide on how to download, install, set-up, and use the EndNote 20 Citation software provided by the UCF Libraries for students, faculty, and staff. This guide is intended to be a basic introduction to the EndNote software and it is not comprehensive. If you have any questions or issues with EndNote, please contact the Health Sciences Library or your Personal Librarian.

EndNote is a reference management software designed to help create, store, organize, and share references. EndNote allows users to:

  • Easily download citations directly from a database to your EndNote library
  • Download, attach, and manage PDF copies of references
  • Make annotations directly on the PDF and keep reading notes linked to the source document
  • Automatically format bibliographies and citations in JAMA, APA, Chicago, MLA, or 1000+ other styles
  • Add citations to documents and automatically create the reference or bibliography section
  • Store references in one place that is accessible across multiple devices
  • Collaborate on, and share reference libraries with other EndNote users

 

EndNote Licensing Information

UCF Libraries provides EndNote citation software through a site-wide license for all current UCF students, faculty, and staff with a valid NID. Please read and review the University's licensing policies below before installing EndNote.

  • All students, faculty, and staff must comply with UCF's Use of Information Technologies & Resources Policy (4-002.2) and adhere to software licensing restrictions or be subjected to disciplinary action by the University.
  • The UCF EndNote Site License requires users to uninstall EndNote from all devices upon leaving UCF, or in the event the University no longer retains a subscription to the EndNote software.