EndNote is a reference tool that enables you to store literature references in a personal database. The software makes it easier to add references to a document and produce a literature list with the correct format as required by various publications.
Norsk versjon - EndNote
All students and employees may install EndNote on their personal computers. Endnote is installed on a large range of computer labs across several campuses.
Where to get this software #
The software is available on progdist or at your local IT support services office. See the pages on how to download sofware that is available to students and employees for more information on downloading and installing software.
There is a single shared NTNU license for everyone who uses the software, which includes students and employees. If you install the program from progdist, the license should already be in place (licensing is automatic). If you should need the license information, look in the Readme.txt file in the EndNote folder on progdist.
Installation tips #
Do not install the program directly from progdist. Copy all the files you need onto your computer before you run the installation file. This increases installation speeds.
Software information #
Developer: Thomson ISI ResearchSoft, USA
Norwegian distributor: Alfasoft AS, Lillestrøm
Tlf: 64 84 15 90
EndNote X7 (Windows) og X6 (Mac)
About the program #
EndNote is a reference tool - software for finding, registering, organizing and using literature references. For more detailed information on EndNote, see: the developer's software information
Several literature databases have functions that allow you to export directly to EndNote, which makes it very easy to add references. In EndNote you can also directly search in all the external literature databases that UBiT subscribes to. This is possible for all databases that can be searched with the Z39.50 protocol (such as Bibsys), which applies to the majority of the databases that UBiT subscribes to.
EndNote can be used directly in Word and Open Office by using the "Cite while you write" option.
- The manufacturer's website on EndNote:Search Knowledge Base. Search for 'Help Guide' or 'Getting Started Guide'.
- The medical library has a website on EndNote (in Norwegian)
- Information on EndNote (in Norwegian) from the library at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.