EndNote is a reference management tool that lets you organize all your references in one database - an EndNote library. You can enter the references manually or import them from Oria - the library search engine for books, journal articles, etc., or from a variety of academic databases. Afterwards you can insert citations and references from your EndNote library into your manuscript and automatically build a bibliography in your chosen reference style using a word processing software such as Microsoft Word.
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UiT computers

EndNote can be installed on UiT computers from Software Center (PC) or from Managed Software Center (Mac)

Private computers

EndNote is available for download from LiReg - Software Portal on private computers

Problems with downloading or installing the program?

Please contact Orakel, UiTs IT helpdesk

Get started

Find more getting started resources from EndNote here >

How to use EndNote in 6 minutes: Windows

How to use EndNote in 6 minutes: Macintosh

Sign up for an EndNote course

The University library offers introductory courses in EndNote for PC and Mac users, and some of these courses are given in english each semester. The courses are listed under Activities. Follow the link to Tavla to sign up for the courses there.

Questions about EndNote?

Try to find the answers online. Google your question or take a look at EndNotes own FAQs

If you don't find the answers you're looking for please don't hesitate to contact our EndNote support service. Please remember to include in the support-email if you use PC or Mac and what version of EndNote and Word you are running on your computer.

Page administrator: Trine Sandmo
Last updated: 03.09.2018 14:49
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