Endnote Online is a tool which allows you to collect, organise and format your references. The Endnote Online Quickstart Guide introduces you to using Endnote Online. The Endnote Online Import/Export Quick Start Guide introduces you to importing references into Endnote Online.
This guide introduces you to another Endnote Online feature, Cite While You Write. This is a “plugin” to Microsoft Word and allows you to insert citations and references into your assignment as you write it.
This guide assumes you have registered with Endnote Online and that you are logged into Endnote by going through the Web of Science database. If you are having difficulty setting up Endnote Online, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The Endnote Online Quickstart Guide shows you how to access Endnote Online. Once you are in the system:
This provides access to software for Windows and Apple (labelled Macintosh) computers which you can download and install on your home PC or laptop. The software has already been installed on many PCs on campus.
Once Cite While You Write has been installed on your PC, you should see an Endnote tab when you open MS Word.
● Click the Endnote tab
● Enter your student/staff email address and the password you have set up initially for Endnote Online when registering through Web of Science.
The software will connect the word plugin with your Endnote Online subscription.
Following the Endnote Online Quickstart Guide and the Endnote Online Import/Export Quick Start Guide, you will have references input to Endnote Online relevant to your assignment. As you type text in MS Word, you can insert citations at any time, using the Insert Citations icon in the EndNote tab.
In the dropdown menu beside Style you can choose Cite Them Right - Harvard ITS or a number of other styles. When you Click Find Citations you will be able to search for one of your references by its author or by a keyword. When you Click Insert, the citation will be inserted in your text where your cursor is and the reference added to your reference list as in the example below.
Doe, J. (2013) North West desert choice survey. Sligo: Eating Habits Research Body.
In the Endnote tab in Microsoft Word, Click ?Endnote Help in the Tools group.