A collection of tutorials based on the UTK EndNote classes.
Note: Most of the tutorials on this page were created using EndNote 20; however, Clarivate has released EndNote 21. Many of the features in EndNote 21 are in a similar location and function in a similar style as that of EndNote 20. If you notice that an update has caused an existing tutorial to become outdated, please let us know by completing the Report a Tutorial Issue form.
As we add new modules for EndNote 21, they will be notated.
This tutorial shows how to extract the EndNote files during Windows and Mac installations so that you will not be asked for a product key. Tips about where to save Mac EndNote libraries are also given.
Topics covered: Access EndNote without product key; Installation on Windows machine; Installation on Mac
This tutorial shows how to open an EndNote library, which can be confusing on a Mac. The tutorial also walks users through changing the settings that control which library EndNote shows when it opens and tips about setting up an efficient workspace.
Topics covered: Opening Library; Settings to open a specific library; Setting up workspace
This tutorial provides instructions about the process of exporting references from databases into EndNote.
Topics covered: Accessing databases; Export from database example (using Web of Science); Information about using other databases; Accessing exported references from various browsers; Importing references into EndNote; Editing imported references
This tutorial walks through using EndNote's Cite While You Write feature. Cite While You Write is the method of inserting references into a Word document from an EndNote library and formatting them in a style such as APA.
Topics covered: Setting up EndNote and Word; Inserting Citations; Editing Citations; Styles; Editing References; Deleting Citations; Converting to Plain Text
Approximately 15 minutes
Works best on desktop / laptop.
Works on all major browsers.
Although Cite While You Write is not currently available for use in Google Docs, this tutorial contains a secondary tutorial that provides a workaround for using Cite While You Write in Google Docs.