EndNote is a software application for storing, managing, searching and sharing your references.
EndNote's main function is creating a bibliography with the choice of many different styles.
You will still need to check that your references are displayed correctly in the chosen style.
EndNote X9 has just been released. However it will not be available to Australian based Curtin staff and students until it has undergone extensive testing. We hope to have access to EndNote X9 soon.
Before you begin using the EndNote program you need to know which referencing style your school uses and become familiar with that style. While EndNote will display references in your selected referencing style (e.g. APA, Chicago, Vancouver etc.) you need to be able to correct any mistakes or inconsistencies in your references. EndNote is not able to recognise incorrect or missing data required for your style. For more information about referencing please see:
(For Australian based Curtin staff and students only)
Updating an existing EndNote version: