Introducing EndNote

EndNote, a citation manager, is now available to students, faculty, and staff of Texas State University. Citation managers allow users to organize their research, develop citation lists, and perform a number of other operations. EndNote is unique in the depths that it offers users in compiling research: offering the ability to create up to 5,000 subject folders and subfolders, storing pdf copies of the full text articles directly in the software, and even searching a number of database without leaving the EndNote Software.

EndNote can be downloaded to your personal computer here

For further information on EndNote and other citation managers visit the LibGuide.

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Let EndNote help you get organized!