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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a reference management and bibliography-creation program. It allows you to collect, organise and store references, as well as create formatted citations and reference lists in Microsoft Word. The guides below provide instructions for these activities.

The EndNote program can be downloaded from the My Library tab in student OASIS or by selecting the Home menu and Library services for staff in the Staff Portal.

Please note this download is only available to students and staff based in Australia.  


Guide developed for: Anyone wanting to use EndNote

Covering the main functionality of the EndNote program, access this guide to learn how to create an EndNote library, add references, attach PDFs, organise your references into groups, and work with Microsoft Word.


Guide developed for: Researchers or those working with long documents

This guide is designed for Master and PhD students who are using EndNote to support in-depth projects. Learn more about finding and editing referencing styles, additional PDF functionality, working with long documents, and using EndNote with Microsoft PowerPoint.


Guide developed for: People working collaboratively and Curtin Singapore

This guide is designed for those undertaking group work, who want to use EndNote to share references. Learn more about setting up an EndNote Online account, installing necessary plug-ins, sharing references and working with Microsoft Word.