EndNote is citation management software which allows users to save references from databases (Medline, PubMed, CINAHL, etc) and other sources, organize them, and automatically format them into in-text citations and bibliographies in manuscripts.
EndNote training workshops are offered regularly by MUHC librarians. Consult the Upcoming Workshops page to register.
MUHC librarians have also developed guides:
And other tips:
- Transferring references from a Word bibliography into EndNote
- Exporting multiple Google Scholar references into EndNote at once
Is EndNote available for free?
Usually, you have to pay for EndNote. However, at the MUHC, EndNote is installed on several library computers.
McGill University has negotiated a license for McGill staff and students to install EndNote at no cost on their personal computers. For details, consult McGill ICS.
Is there free citation management software out there?
Yes! Two well-known programs are: