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Endnote Online: What is Endnote Online?

Endnote Online is a web-based program that allows you to organize your sources (articles, books, images, etc.), cite the sources while you write a paper, and prepare bibliographies.

What is Endnote Online?

Endnote Online is a web-based program that allows you to organize your sources (articles, books, images, etc.), cite the sources while you write a paper, and prepare bibliographies. Creating an account is free to to ISU students, faculty, and staff.

Benefits of EndNote Online:

>> Add references directly from Web of Science and other online databases.
>> Access and use at any time and anywhere you have Internet access.
>> Organize references in groups or categories.
>> Create formatted reference lists in a variety of publishing styles.

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Mobile Version

>> Access the mobile version at https://www.myendnoteweb.com/touch/EndNoteWeb.html.
>> View videos on how to use EndNote on the iPad.

Looking for help with Endnote Desktop? Consult this help guide.

 

Getting Started

On Campus (creating an account)

  1. From a computer on campus or a laptop connected to the campus wireless network, access Endnote Online at http://myendnoteweb.com/
  2. Click the 'Sign Up' link to create your account
  3. Complete the required fields and check 'I Agree to the service agreement'
  4. Once your account is created, go directly to http://myendnoteweb.com/ to manage your records, build bibliographies, etc.

Off Campus (creating an account)

  1. Go to the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge database via Milner's web site
  2. When prompted, log in with your ISU ULID username and password
  3. At the top of the page, click the My Endnote Online link
  4. If prompted, accept the security exception certificate
  5. Click the Register link
  6. Complete the required fields and check 'I Agree to the service agreement'
  7. Once your account is created, go directly to http://myendnoteweb.com/ to manage your records, build bibliographies, etc.

These webinars and videos are provided free by Thomson-Reuters. Registration is often required.

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Joe Zumalt
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309-438-3355