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Use this Guide to learn how to use EndNote X9, which is available FREE to all TUC faculty, staff, and students.

HOW TO GET ENDNOTE 20

TUC students, faculty, and staff can install EndNote 20 for free. To download EndNote to your computer:

>Log into TouroOne

>Scroll down and click on Canvas icon

>Click on TUC_Student_Resources

>Scroll down until you see EndNote 20 for PC and MAC

>Click on the version of EndNote you want - PC or MAC.

>Make note of the *product key* that will appear once you select PC or MAC, then follow the link for EndNote 20.

If you have any questions or problems installing EndNote, contact the TUC IT Department at extension 85424 or at Service Desk email.

INFORMATION ABOUT ENDNOTE 20

EndNote 20 can be used on both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.  

It is also available as an online product (no need to download to your computer). 

For compatibility and system requirements, click HERE.

What's New in EndNote 20?
Stay organized with EndNote 20

GET HELP WITH ENDNOTE

Access EndNote's built-in help system by pressing F1, or go to the Help menu within EndNote.

Refer to the EndNote Manual or Getting Started Guide in the EndNote folder on your computer (downloaded during installation).

Visit EndNote's SUPPORT page for help articles, answers to common questions, and to contact the support team directly

EndNote's TRAINING GUIDE includes downloadable starter materials including Quick Reference Guides, short video tutorials, and tips for both Windows and Mac operating systems. 

Watch EndNote's 20 YOUTUBE PLAYLIST, which includes recorded webinars and tutorials.

ENDNOTE QUICK START VIDEOS

How to Use EndNote 20 in 7 Minutes: macOS
How to Use EndNote 20 in 7 Minutes: Windows

ENDNOTE 20 TUTORIALS: IN-DEPTH

These links take you to in-depth guided tutorials on how to use all of EndNote 20's features on Mac and Windows operating systems. You will need to create an account to register for these tutorials, but they are free.

Please note: Attendees should be able to demonstrate the minimal knowledge and skills required to use EndNote for importing, organizing and utilizing citations.

CLICK HERE FOR WINDOWS TUTORIAL

CLICK HERE FOR MAC TUTORIAL

The tutorials cover the following topics for Mac OS and Windows OS:

  • Outline the differences between EndNote desktop and EndNote online
  • Review of why it’s critical to store your library locally (do not store active libraries in the cloud)
  • Create an EndNote library (enl file and Data folder)
  • Consider the customization options available in EndNote 20
  • Understand the options for reference creation (manual and text file import)
  • Use an online database (such as PubMed) to search for, preview, and export references to your library
  • Demonstrate how to export references and full-text articles at once using EndNote Click, formerly Kopernio
  • Organize references by placing them into custom groups and group sets
  • Manually add a file attachment to an EndNote library record
  • Attach PDFs to existing references by using the Find Full Text search (review outcomes)
  • Import a folder of PDFs stored locally into your EndNote library (review outcomes)  
  • Annotate a PDF by using the highlight tool and add a searchable sticky note
  • Demonstrate basic Cite While You Write™ functions: insert, remove and modify in-text citations
  • Switch your EndNote output style to meet journal requirements

ENDNOTE'S OFFICIAL YOUTUBE CHANNEL

ENDNOTE TRAINING GUIDE

The EndNote Help Guide contains helpful resources to help you get started using Endnote including:

- instructions for use for both Mac and PC users; 

- a schedule of webinars, including Q & A sessions;

- information for EndNote Online;

- how to use EndNote on mobile devices; and

- EndNote community forums, which are great for asking questions you can't find the answers to anywhere in the guide.

ASK ME FOR HELP

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Julie Horwath
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Contact:
Library, Room 200
jhorwath@touro.edu
707.638.5315

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Library, Rm. 218
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707-638-5317
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