EndNote Web

June 19, 2008 at 1:27 pm Leave a comment

ISI Web of Knowledge is providing free access to EndNote Web to its subscribers

EndNote Web is the recently released web version of the desktop software that some of you maybe familiar with.  Just like RefWorks, this citation management software lets you store references as your browse online resources and pick from over 2000 publishing styles to create bibliographies.

Here is a fact sheet to read a bit more, you can start using EndNote web today; users who already have a login with Web of Knowledge can use the same information. 

Researchers who have purchased a desktop application to the Endnote licence can transfer their entire library to the web version.

Note that this free access to EndNote Web is possible because the Libraries subscribe to the Web of Knowledge, if you are interested in the destop version you would still need to purchase a licence directly with EndNote.

More information about citation tools.

 

Entry filed under: Databases, Did you know?, Faculty & PhDs, Relevant Links.

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