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EndNote Online: Home

Using Endnote Basic, a free resource, to manage your citations

Access to EndNote Online

To access EndNote Online:

Go to the Hamilton Library homepage > Databases > EndNote Online > You must create a free personal account with Web of Science to access EndNote.

Choose EndNote at the top of the page and enter your email address and password. If you are a first time user click Register  and enter all your details.

For EndNote Online support try:

EndNote Online

 Reference storage  50,000
 Attachment storage  2 GB
 Bibiographic formatting styles  3300+
 Reference sharing  yes
 Send references directly from  databases  500+
 Search online resources from within EndNote  1800+
  Formatting in Microsoft Word  yes

Looking for Something Else?

Check out our research guides for other bibliographic management tools.

What is EndNote Online?

EndNote Online (formerly EndNote Basic, EndNote Web) is an online program that helps you organize references and create properly formatted bibliographies. This is a separate program from the desktop version of EndNote. It is a free version of EndNote available for institutions which subscribe to ISI Databases, like Web of Science.

This guide will show you how to:

Research and Instruction Librarian, Beth Downey, teaches how to get started with EndNote Basic, a citation management software., this video will introduce you to some of the features of EndNote Basic.  "Introduction to EndNote Basic ." Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 3 August. 2020. Web. September 16. 2020.