EndNote is a bibliographic database and reference management application.

University Use

Flinders University has a site licence agreement to use EndNote, with cost of the software covered by the central budget. The licence agreement allows for use of EndNote on all university computers.

Home Use

Available for installation on a single computer owned by:

  • staff employed by Flinders University
  • staff with current formal academic status granted by Flinders University
  • staff not directly employed by Flinders University, but whose major employment task is research for, or clerical support for, a member of Flinders academic staff
  • students currently enrolled at Flinders University

The right to use EndNote at home ceases immediately upon termination of employment at Flinders University or the cessation of enrolment by a student. A condition of the licence is that the software must be completely removed from your computer should your formal association with Flinders end.

Windows and Macintosh Versions are available and can be downloaded from our site. You will be required to identify yourself by your FAN (Flinders Authentication Name) and password.

Hardware

Windows based PCs and Macintosh platforms are supported.

Documentation

There is a PDF (portable document format) copy of the user manual available as part of the software download. This may be printed for your own personal use but otherwise must not be copied or sold.

Support

Information Technology Services will be able to help you with the installation or licensing on any university owned/controlled computers.

The licence does not include individual assistance for users of the product.

Technical support for "Home Use" installations on private computers is not available.

Training

Staff have access to training courses available through Staff Development Opportunities at Flinders University. If you are interested in undertaking a course email Staff Opportunities to obtain the coupon for enrolling. This is a unique coupon and can only be used by the named Flinders staff member it is given to.

Additionally, educational resources are provided on the EndNote website.