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Import references to an online account, organize & share them, and use them to create in-text citations & bibliographies

Zotero Workshops

Zotero Workshops -   EndNote Online access ended on June 30, 2015, and UNCG Libraries recommends Zotero as a replacement.  Zotero is a free and easy to use citation manager that works with a web browser and allows you to collect, manage and cite research sources.  We plan to offer workshops in the Fall of 2015 for anyone interested in an introduction to Zotero.  Contact Mary Krautter at mmkrautt@uncg.edu for more information.

Create Your Own EndNote Web Account

NOTE:  The University Libraries official EndNote Online subscription ended on June 30, 2015.  However, users should have been switched by Thomson Reuters  to a basic account, which has less storage and fewer features.     Contact Mary Krautter at mmkrautt@uncg.edu with questions.

Go to  http://www.myendnoteweb.com from any computer to log into your account for up to one year.

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Be Aware that...

You cannot use the Firefox extension for EndNote Web in conjunction with EndNote desktop. The extension will override the desktop and all citations will be saved to EndNote Web. You must disable or remove the extension to use EndNote desktop.

When using Zotero (Firefox), the Zotero preferences must be set to allow EndNote (Desktop) or EndNote Web  to capture citations.  To change the settings go to Zotero Preferences, General, Miscellaneous, and find the box titled "Use Zotero for downloaded RIS/Refer files." Checking the box will allow Zotero to capture citations using the Endnote function in databases. removing the check will allow the citations to save to EndNote.  The change will require restarting Firefox.

Subject Guide

Mary Krautter
Contact:
Email me at mmkrautt@uncg.edu or call 336-256-0274