EndNote is available for free to all Duke University faculty, staff and students.
Are you using EndNote on a Mac?
If so, there are important changes underway! Sometime fall 2019, Apple will be releasing the latest Mac OS 10.15 (also know as Catalina). With the release of Catalina, Apple will be dropping all 32-bit application support and this will impact EndNote. EndNote X9 for Mac will be extensively updated for compatibility prior to the launch of Catalina.
What do you need to do?
For more details, please visit the EndNote support page on this transition.
EndNote, a desktop-based program, is one of the most sophisticated reference management tools available. EndNote is most useful for:
Find and eliminate duplicate references
Create Smart Groups to automatically sort your references
Automatically creates references from PDFs stored on your computer
Find Full Text feature searches online for full text of references in your library
Inserting citations into documents and creating bibliographies
Insert citations into word processing documents and PowerPoint presentations
Bibliography automatically created when you insert citations into documents
Create independent bibliographies for grant reports, CVs, etc.
Thousands of bibliographic styles
(from the Duke Medical Center Library & EndNote)