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EndNote Online (formerly EndNote Web): Home

This guide is intended to assist users of EndNote desktop in using the online/web version of the EndNote program.

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EndNote Web is now EndNote Online. Most content in this guide still applies, but if you don't find what you need here please Ask A Librarian.

About EndNote Online

EndNote Online is freely available to all UAB employees and students; it makes the storage of citations and the formatting of them in a paper much easier.  With EndNote Online you can:

  • Import references from hundreds of online bibliographic databases
  • Use the Cite-While-You-Write toolbar to insert citations in any of thousands of bibliographic styles into the text and bibliography of Microsoft Word documents
  • Share groups of citations with fellow users of EndNote Online
  • Easily transfer references between EndNote and EndNote Online

    Endnote Online: Overview

    Even Thomson Reuters has not been able to change EndNote Web information to EndNote Online everywhere either on it's website or the YouTube channel. Just know that whether you call it EndNote Web or EndNote Online, it is the same product.

    Access EndNote Mobile on Your Mobile Device

    You can access your EndNote library on the go! Simply point your browser to the mobile EndNote site and login using the email and password associated with your EndNote Online account.

    While EndNote's full functionality is not available on their mobile site, you can quickly look up a citation.

    Chat with a Librarian

     

    Contact us:
    Lister Hill Library
    2nd Floor
    205-934-2231

    Sterne Library
    HUB Desk
    205-934-6364

    Obtaining Full-Text

    If you access EndNote Online through the Lister Hill Library website once every few months, you will be able to see the Full Text@UAB Libraries underneath each reference in your EndNote Online library. This allows you to quickly see if UAB Libraries has electronic full text of a particular article and, if so, direct you to it.

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