The OSU Library has negotiated and purchased the license for EndNote, citation management software. It is available to OSU students, faculty and staff.
OSU access to EndNote Online has been limited by EndNote to desktop sync access only. If you were only using EndNote Online, then you will need to use the sync function on the desktop/laptop version (7.2 or greater) to copy your online version to your computer.
If you have not installed the desktop/laptop version of EndNote, then you may do so HERE.
Download EndNote from the OSU Library
Creating and managing bibliographies is a lot easier for OSU researchers thanks to the Library. The OSU Library negotiated a license for one 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 using Endnote and Microsoft Word together for in-text citations and bibliographies, and updating EndNote with the most current filters, connection files, and citation styles.
Advanced registration required.
Classes are limited to 15 participants, so register early!
Although workshops can be taken in any order, we recommend attending the Creating Your EndNote Library first.
|Creating Your EndNote Library||Thu, July 19||1:30 pm||CLICK TO REGISTER|
|Using EndNote with Word||Tue, Jul. 24||1:30 pm||CLICK TO REGISTER|
New workshop dates are added after scheduled workshops have been completed
Tutorials and Training
Watch Tutorials from the EndNote trainers on YouTube. They maintain a suite of videos from a couple of minutes long on how to do a task to full 1-hour tutorials.
Thomson ResearchSoft offers free Web-based training for EndNote. Enrollment is limited. To find the dates and sign up for upcoming sessions, visit EndNote Training.