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EndNote @ Levy Library: EndNote

EndNote's YouTube Training Channel

Introduction to EndNote Class: 9/17

Discover what millions of researchers, scholarly writers, students and librarians already know about the power of EndNote to search online databases, organize references, images and PDFs. In this class, you will practice using EndNote x9 to collect, organize and maintain a 'library' of references, find and save full-text journal articles, and insert and format references in a MS Word document. The class will also cover searching and exporting citations from PubMed and Web of Science as well as syncing your desktop library with EndNote Online.




Search, organize, and share your research. Create bibliographies while writing your paper; import, search & annotate PDFs and automatically update records. Whether you're on your desktop, laptop, online, or iPad, EndNote's syncing capabilities allow you to access all of your references, attachments, and groups from any location.

  • Search hundreds of online resources for references and PDFs
  • Find full text in one click
  • Import records from PubMed with the new direct export format
  • Share your library with colleagues
  • Format references for any project
  • Search, hightlight, & annotate PDFs
  • Create uniform citations and footnotes

You may download EndNote by clicking on the button below (login required). Installation instructions are provided on the download page, but if you need further help installing the program contact ASCIT.

EndNote Introduction

This webinar, created specifically for our Mount Sinai community, will walk you through the software’s setup and configuration process, and then teach you how to bring references in from a variety of databases, organize your library, and create citations using the Cite While You Write tool. You can also consult EndNote's YouTube training channel for shorter tutorials.