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Citation and Reference Management

EndNote

Although there is a free online version of Endnote, this guide mostly refers to the desktop version that must be purchased. UofA students and faculty can get a discounted price at ualberta.onthehub.com

PROS: Ability to store a large number of references and pdfs (10,000+); partially automated retrieval of full text (30-50% will be retrieved); deduplicates large numbers of references; increased citation accuracy due to large number of reference types; highly customizable; ability to work offline.

CONS: Price (~$140); license tied to one device; steeper learning curve than other options; importing non-traditional types of reference (e.g., webpages) can be challenging.

Using EndNote

EndNote Support

EndNote Configuration for Library Resources

Information on configuring EndNote to access library resources as well as tip sheets on importing records into EndNote from our major database platforms: