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Download EndNote from the OSU Library

Endnote is software that allows users to manage their  bibliographies, citations and references. EndNote links to Microsoft Word and makes it easy for writers to cite references and create bibliographies at the click of the mouse. EndNote helps people organize and efficiently use the citations for their resources.

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Training Opportunities

Creating and managing bibliographies is a lot easier for OSU researchers thanks to the Library. The OSU Library has negotiated and purchased the licenses for two of the most popular software packages of this kind, and we are making it available for free to all OSU users.

Workshops at the Edmon Low Library

The OSU Library offers an assortment of workshops on EndNote. These are hands-on workshops that will cover creating a database of references (manually and through importation), using Endnote and Microsoft Word together for in-text citations and bibliographies, and updating EndNote with the most current filters, connection files, and output styles.

Advanced registration required.
Classes are limited to 15 participants, so register early!


Training Videos

Watch Training Videos from Thomson Research Reuters' EndNote tutorial web page.


Thomson ResearchSoft offers free Web-based training for EndNote and Reference Manager. Enrollment is limited. To find the dates and sign up for upcoming sessions, we encourage you to visit EndNote Training.

Check the OSU Library website for in house training opportunities,

Technical Support

Sometimes you can find answers to your technical questions regarding EndNote software in the EndNote Support Forums.  You may also find what you need on the main EndNote website

We have some customized files available for OSU EndNote users.  See this link for details.

Nicole Sump-Crethar is the main technical support for EndNote at the OSU Library.  Please see her contact information on "Contact Us" page. 

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Online training from Thomson


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