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Citation Management

Information for ATSU-supported Citation & Reference Managers

Get EndNote Basic

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EndNote Basic is a free, condensed online version of the subscription-based EndNote Desktop program. It allows you to:

  • Manually enter references
  • Save online references from databases and library catalogs into your EndNote library
  • Capture other online references that do not have a direct export function
  • Import references
  • Organize references into groups
  • Share groups with other users of EndNote Basic
  • Use Cite While You Write (CWYW) plugin for word processors
  • Sync libraries between EndNote Basic and EndNote Desktop, if owned

Note: Students who wish to subscribe to EndNote Desktop are eligible for academic discounts.

Training Calendar for EndNote

EndNote Online Training Calendar

EndNote training calendar link EndNote provides free, live online training sessions for both EndNote Basic and EndNote Desktop

Cite-While-You-Write Plugin for MS Word

What is Cite-While-You-Write?

  • It is a free, simple plugin for Microsoft Word (Windows, Mac).
  • Allows you to quickly and easily insert styled citations to reference materials from your EndNote Library.
  • Automatically generates a bibliography for your paper using all the materials you’ve cited.



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PubMed Issues with Older Versions of EndNote

From EndNote Support

ATTENTION: PubMed has changed to a new API structure. This may cause issues for older versions of EndNote when attempting to search the PubMed database and producing the message “No matching references.”

  • EndNote X8: If you have EndNote X8, this will not be an issue.
  • EndNote X7: If you are running EndNote X7, be sure to update to update to version X7.7.1.
  • EndNote X6 & prior: These versions will no longer be able to search PubMed reliably from inside of EndNote. To continue using EndNote X6 and prior with PubMed, records will need to be downloaded from the NLM website using the steps in this article. If you need to work with PubMed in the future, we recommend upgrading to the current version of EndNote