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What is EndNote?
EndNote is a citation management software that you can get free from CSU Library. With EndNote you can:
record and manage the details of journals and books you have found in your research;
store and manage PDF copies of articles you have downloaded;
annotate and add notes to PDFs;
insert in-text citations and reference-list entries into essays.
For more information about how to download and use EndNote, go to the Library's
EndNote webpage, and in particular to the EndNote Library Resource Guide.
The version of EndNote currently available from CSU Library is
EndNote X9, please ensure you have uninstalled any previous versions from your computer. These might be EndNote X8 or EndNote X7, or a demo copy (30-day trial) of EndNote.
EndNote X9, go to the EndNote Library Resource Guide as above, or directly to Charles Sturt Division of Information Technology's EndNote Download and Terms webpage.