EndNote helps you to store and manage your references. It also works with Microsoft Word to automatically insert citations and create your reference list (or bibliography) for you.
You can format your citations and reference list using your preferred referencing style. EndNote has thousands of output styles pre-installed, including the Leeds University Harvard, Numeric and MHRA styles which are based on the Library referencing guidance.
EndNote is available on University cluster PCs and accessible to students off-campus via Desktop Anywhere. Personal copies of the software (for PC or Mac) can be purchased by staff and students from Adept Scientific.
Creating and adding items to your EndNote Library (direct export, import and manually adding references).
Managing your references
Organise your records within your EndNote library by making use of features such as groups, and fields for adding notes or keywords.
Using EndNote with Word
You can use EndNote with Microsoft Word to automatically insert in-text citations and create a bibliography in your preferred referencing style.
Alternatives to EndNote
EndNote is the only referencing-management software supported by ISS and the Library. However, there are others available - or you can keep a manual record.
Printed guides and referencing help
If you are unable to find the answer you need from the information on this page, one of the following may help:
- EndNote manual (PDF): also available from the folder where EndNote is installed on your PC
- EndNote website: guides, tutorials and online discussion forums
Introduction to EndNote workbook (PDF)
- EndNote for Health workbook (PDF)
- Skills@Library EndNote workshop
Skills@Library referencing help
- Contact your faculty team librarian.