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EndNote can support your study and research. It’s a software program that helps you collect and organise your references all in the one place for quick and easy access.
If you're new to EndNote, you can get started by watching our EndNote tour.
With EndNote, you can:
EndNote works with Microsoft Word. This means you can insert in-text citations into your Word document from EndNote and create your reference list.
It takes time to set up and learn EndNote so we recommend that you begin early. The Library has resources to help you get started.
Our live online library workshop for EndNote runs throughout the year or you can watch a recorded session anytime.
You can access our comprehensive Library Resource Guide all about EndNote. Use it to help you download and install, start using and managing your EndNote library for your study.
Remember that EndNote doesn't replace the need to learn and understand referencing. You can check your references using the Charles Sturt referencing guides.
You can download the software for free as a Charles Sturt student. See the EndNote Library Resource Guide for complete instructions.