EndNote is bibliographic management software that allows you to store and organize your references in a searchable database called an EndNote library. It also permits you to import and reformat references from online databases, automatically enter citations and build reference lists in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, and Pages (Macintosh). You can also format references according to hundreds of different bibliographic citation styles such as APA, MLA, Turabian, and journal-specific formats.
EndNote (the desktop application) can hold an unlimited number of references. We recommend using the desktop application if you are heavily engaged in research. Please note: Your EndNote working library should never be stored on any cloud service, networked drive, external hard drive or flash drive to avoid eventual corruption of your library. For more information, see section 7.1 "How Not to Share an EndNote Library" of The Little EndNote How-To Book.
The current version of EndNote in use at the University of Lethbridge is EndNote X9. For a comparison of features in the current and previous two versions, click here.