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EndNote Web  

Last Updated: Jul 28, 2014 URL: http://libguides.uccs.edu/endnoteweb Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is EndNote Web?

Introduction

 

EndNote Web is an online citation management tool from Thomson Reuters that you can use to:


     collect and organize references (for example, journal citations)

     share references with others (a nice feature if you’re doing group projects)

     format references (for example, put them in APA or AMA, etc. format).

 

“Free” access comes with the Library’s subscription to Thomson Reuters Social Science Citation Index.

 It’s not as powerful as the EndNote program you would buy and install on your computer.

 

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Access EndNote Web

Go to: https://www.myendnoteweb.com

Once you sign up for an account, you can log in.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT:  When you sign up for an account, you MUST be either on campus or connected to the Library VPN for EndNote Web to recognize that you are affiliated with UCCS.  Once you have an account, you can log on to EndNote web from any computer.  However, if working off campus, you must be connected to the VPN to access the Library’s databases. 

 

* You must connect to your account either on campus or on the Library VPN at least once a year to keep your account.*

 

Library VPN

When you are off-campus, you willl need to use the Library VPN to access most Library resources. After installing it you must login to the VPN each time you would like to use the library resources from off-campus.

If you are using the VPN for the first time (or on a new computer) you will need to install it. Click Library VPN for instructions.

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