The Libraries are licensed to provide access to EndNote for students, faculty, and staff of all Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) schools and units until July 1, 2015.
- Access and downloading procedures for students, faculty and staff from legacy UMDNJ schools remain unchanged.
- BEGINNING JULY 1, 2014 -- If you are a user from School of Pharmacy, legacy RU College of Nursing, or the Institute for Health Care, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, please click here for instructions on how to download EndNote.
- When installing EndNote, make sure you save the zipped file and then unzip it (extracting all). For tips on how to install it, please click here for instructions.
- If you are a distance learner and are having difficulty downloading EndNote, please contact 972-972-9551 or 973-972-4358 in Newark, 732-235-7604 in New Brunswick for further instructions.
EndNote is a program that helps users quickly collect and organize references from online sources (or elsewhere), create a searchable personal database, find and cite these references while writing, create bibliographies formatted in their style of choice, and manage PDF files. For this fiscal year, the Libraries are licensed to provide EndNote only for students, faculty, and staff of the RBHS schools.
EndNote Basic is a web-based version of EndNote designed to work in the cloud. Users who work from multiple computers, or need to work collaboratively may find EndNote Basic very useful. EndNote and EndNote Basic are designed to work in concert although each can be used independently. By using EndNote Basic users can sync their libraries with the desktop version of EndNote providing a secure back up and the ability to work on projects from any computer with an Internet connection. Users of EndNote Basic can also share their libraries with colleagues or fellow students, very useful when collaborating on projects or articles. An EndNote Basic account can be created from within EndNote, or you can go to MyEndNoteWeb.com to set up a free account using your university email address.
To download EndNote, please choose any of the following versions:
For news, tips, and answers to common questions about EndNote check our EndNote Blog.
If you need additional help, want more information, or to arrange a training session contact your campus library: