Does the Library support EndNote?

Answered By: Richard Fallis
Last Updated: Sep 18, 2017     Views: 380

RefWorks is the only reference management tool actively supported by the Library at Queen's. 

EndNote is a popular alternative to RefWorks. To use EndNote, it is necessary either to belong to an organisation that has an institutional subscription to EndNote (which many universities have, but not Queen's), or to pay for individual access. (EndNote Web, a simplified version of EndNote, is available for free to Queen's users because the Library subscribes to Web of Science, a database from Thomson Reuters which is the provider of EndNote, but EndNote Web lacks the full functionality of EndNote and, for that matter, RefWorks.)

While you are at Queen's, you are welcome to pay to use EndNote, or to use free alternatives such as Mendeley or Zotero - it is not compulsory that you use RefWorks.

However, please be aware that, should you experience problems using reference management tools other than RefWorks, or if you require training in using these tools, the Library can provide only limited help and support.

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