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Edward G. Miner Library

Citation styles and management: EndNote

Introduction: EndNote

EndNote is a software program (with a supplemental web-based version) that users must install on their computers. UR River Campus Libraries provides a site license that allows University of Rochester employees (including faculty) and students to download this software on work or personal computers at no charge. Your UR affiliation entitles you to download EndNote on as many computers as you wish - your office, your laptop, etc. - for easy access to your work. Both Mac and Windows versions are available. A UR NetID is required to download the software. Users who are not employees of the University can purchase this software at the Computer Store.

While many databases and bibliographic management programs such as RefWorks and EndNote will automatically create APA citations for you, it's always a good idea to double check your work with authoritative sources.

RefWorks and EndNote support thousands of bibliographic styles and offer free, easily accessible technical support, but both have their positives and negatives.  Contact your department liaison librarian to discuss which program best meets your needs, or sign up for a free Miner RefWorks or EndNote class to try them out.