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What Can You Do with EndNote?

  • Collect. Collaborate. Create. From Anywhere.

  • Store, manage, and search for bibliographic references that you have saved into a single file (called a Reference Library or Library)

  • Import data files saved from a variety of  library databases

  • Export data files from select library databases

  • Search other online bibliographic databases and retrieve references directly into an EndNote Library that you designate

  • Gain direct access to your references when using Microsoft Word, allowing you to insert citations and create bibliographies and lists of cited works automatically in a variety of styles or formats

  • Register for an online account so you can sync your desktop and online libraries. Then access that library and all your references, groups, and attachments on any computer where EndNote is installed, online, or on your iPad. Group sets are accessible between two desktops. So if you use Windows at work and a MAC at home, your information is accessible from anywhere, on multiple computers, at any time—online or off

  • With flexible tools for searching and organizing your research, the EndNote for iPad app extends your ability to find, store, create and share beyond your desktop

Using persistent links/stable URLs with Pace Library resources

in order for you to be able to access articles that are linked to in the URL field in EndNote from off campus, add the following before the persistent link:   http://rlib.pace.edu/login?url=

We have a tool to help you create a persistent URL that will work from off-campus; follow this link:

http://www.pace.edu/library/library-services/faculty-resources/persistent-links-and-stable-urls/

Note: Even though the persistent link builder tool says it is for Blackboard, it will also work for URLs in EndNote. When including a URL in your APA formatted bibliography, you will need to remove the http://rlib.pace.edu/login?url=  prefix

Please Note:

The instructions in this guide are for Windows PC users. Features may work slightly different depending on which browser you use. Most of them will work the same on a Mac, however, you may encounter differences when exporting into EndNote from some databases.

EndNote X7 user guides for WINDOWS and MAC are available at:

http://endnote.com/if/online-user-manual/x7

 

Using EndNote Output Styles

  • Styles represent the rules for creating bibliographies for a variety of journals and other publication formats, including MLA, APA and Vancouver
  • Styles determine how your references look when you create bibliographies
  • To select an Output Style or to see the rules for a particular Output Style:
    • From the Edit menu, choose Output Styles and select Open Style Manager       
    • From the list of Output styles, check the box next to the one you need

Exporting Reference Data into EndNote

Many library databases include an option to export records directly to EndNote without having to save the records and then import them.  See tabs above for instructions for specific databases/interfaces.

Importing Reference Data into EndNote

  • Use import filters to import text files saved or downloaded from bibliographic databases
  • EndNote provides instructions on how to download data from specific databases and/or interfaces in the correct output format
  • EndNote includes hundreds of import filters each designed to read a specific tagged format from a specific information provider
  • To see if EndNote has an import filter for the database or interface you are using, choose Import Filters from the Edit menu, and then select Open Filter Manager...
  • When you find filters you will want to use, mark them by clicking in the check box next to the filter name. This will add them to your Import Filters list in EndNote

Use the APA 6th - Sentence Case Output Style

According to the APA 6 Publication Manual, "In titles of books and articles in reference lists, capitalize only the first word, the first word after a colon or em dash, and proper nouns."

The default APA 6th Output Style in EndNote does not automatically do this. By downloading the APA 6th - Sentence Case Output Style you can have EndNote make the first two changes automatically. It is not programmed to automatically recognize proper nouns or acronyms.

  • From the Edit menu, choose Output Styles and then select APA 6th - Sentence Case

See the Changing Case Preferences instructions on this page for how to create a personalized list of exceptions to the sentence case rule so EndNote will not make certain names and words and acronyms lower case.

Need Help?

Need Help? Contact Academic Technologies

E-mailacadtech@pace.edu to ask a question or to make an appointment
or call: (914) -773-3664

or Enter Help Requests (Tickets) online at: help.pace.edu

Choose Information Technology, then Academic Technology, then EndNote from dropdown menu selections.

 

For for additional help using EndNote, call their Technical Support

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+1-800-336-4474, press 4

Changing Case Preferences for select words in titles

  • To prevent EndNote from modifying capitalization when using Sentence Style capitalization:
    • From the Edit menu, choose Preferences and select Change Case       
    • In the Do not change the case of the following items box, type the name or phrase as you wish it to appear in your list of references (for example, New York, so EndNote will not change it to new york)
    • Click on the Add button
    • Click on Apply
    • Click on OK

Cite While You Write

This guide does not include instructions for using EndNote with Word.

To get started with EndNote's Cite While You Write feature, see page 5 of the Quick Reference Guide at http://endnote.com/training/qrc/x7qrc-win.pdf

 

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