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EndNote Web: A bibliography managing tool - Create bibliographies instantly
Last Updated: Jul 2, 2014 URL: http://libguides.soka.edu/endnote Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is EndNote Web?

EndNote Web is a web-based citation tool that gathers, organizes, and stores your citations.

For more information about EndNote Web, please contact Reference Librarian Leigh Moynihan (lmoynihan@soka.edu or 949-480-4358) or visit the EndNote Web website

To create an EndNote Web account, please visit the Create an Account tab above. 

 

EndNote Web Help

Would you like help in using EndNote Web? Leigh Moynihan, our Reference Librarian will show you how. Please contact her at lmoynihan@soka.edu or (949) 480-4358

 

Benefits of Creating an EndNote Web Library

The benefits of creating an EndNote Web Library include:

  • Adding references to your EndNote Web Library directly from most of the library's databases.
  • Organizing references in folders for access and use at any time - collections are retained between sessions.
  • Creating formatted reference lists in a variety of publishing styles.
  • Accessing your EndNote Web Library from any computer at SUA. 

 

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