The online version of EndNote is free and meets most reference management needs. It may be listed as EndNote Web, EndNote Basic, or EndNote Online.
Use EndNote Web to import and save references from databases, organize them into groups and share them with colleagues, co-authors, etc., and insert them directly into Word documents.
Create an account to use the online version of EndNote. See How do I set up an EndNote account below.
The desktop version of EndNote, a subscription service, features automatic reference updating, locating and importing PDFs, and more.
Faculty can request EndNote (desktop) by submitting a ticket to the COM Office of Information Technology Help Desk.
Depending on license availability, College of Medicine students who plan to use the desktop version of EndNote in a research capacity may also request installation from the OIT Help Desk.
Registering or signing into an EndNote online account works best with Internet Explorer.
Create an account to use any features of EndNote. Both EndNote (desktop version) and EndNote (online version) require an account; otherwise, references will not be saved.
On the EndNote Sign in page, look for Not a member yet? Click on Register and follow the registration instructions.
Having trouble registering for an EndNote online account? Here are possible solutions:
Once you’ve set up your account, you should see the Getting Started page with your username in the top right corner.
For EndNote (desktop version) users, maintain one library in EndNote by syncing your online and desktop versions.
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EndNote (online version)
EndNote (online version) users always have access to saved references and created groups, regardless of their affiliation with FSU. However, after twelve months of leaving FSU (such as after graduating or retiring), you will lose your custom content files (e.g., bibliography styles, filters, etc.). When you lose access to content files, you will receive a message that says, "Your roaming access has expired." You can learn more about roaming here.
EndNote (desktop version)
If you are no longer affiliated with FSU College of Medicine, you do not have access to EndNote (desktop version). Before moving to another institution: