EndNote is a database program for storing and managing bibliographic references. It allows you to import saved references from Library catalogues and other electronic databases into EndNote libraries using filters. (Chapter 15 in the EndNote manual)
You may also connect directly to some remote databases and search them using EndNote, saving the retrieved references directly to your EndNote library. (Chapter 16 in the EndNote manual)
References in EndNote libraries can be sorted and searched, and incorporated automatically into papers for publication.
How to get EndNote
Flinders University has a site licence for EndNote. The software is available to Flinders University staff and students. The software can be downloaded from the Site & Volume Licensed Software page.
OpenURL and EndNote
An OpenURL is a standardised format for transferring bibliographic data (metadata) in a URL. When enabled, EndNote can use the Linkit@Flinders service to locate a full-text copy of an EndNote reference. EndNote openURL configuration instructions are available.
LinkIt@Flinders can also directly export records to Endnote. See the LinkIt@Flinders page for more information.
Several EndNote workshops for Staff and Research Higher Degree Students are provided by the Centre for Educational ICT.
The Centre for Educational ICT offers tips for using Endnote and other software available on campus.