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This guide describes UT resources available on the citation management software, EndNote.

Endnote Instruction

EndNote Training.

Introductory EndNote class for Spring 2023

February 20, 2023 3:30-5 PM

February 21, 2023 3:30-5 PM

These classes are the same. Register by emailing and specify which date you wish to attend.

For individual training via Zoom, contact Jeanine  Fletcher at Also consult training videos  and web resources below.

What is EndNote?

EndNote is citation management software you can use to:

  • Organize your research (citations, full-text articles, images, notes)
  • Automatically generate in-text citations and bibliography as you write
  • Share Endnote libraries with 100 collaborators

Download EndNote at UTK

Endnote download button Click here to download EndNote. Login with your UT Netid and password and select home or office use. Choose EndNote Clarivate Analytics on the OIT software distribution list!.

To avoid being asked for a product key during installation on Windows computers, follow the OIT download instructions to extract the EndNote files or see Endnote 20 Basics tutorials
Mac users should not store EndNote libraries on locations backed up by iCloud, which can corrupt them over time. The Applications folder is a safe place to store them.


Are there accessibility workarounds for EndNote?



Current version: EndNote 20 for Mac.


Current Version:
EndNote 20 for Windows.


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Help from :

People who can help:
Jeanine Williamson Fletcher
for University of Tennessee Knoxville
(865) 974-9164

Paul Gahn
for University of Tennesee Health Sciences Center (University of Tennessee Memphis)
(901) 448-7351