EndNote is a popular citation manager that is free for Pitt faculty and students to download. Though HSLS offers several virtual workshops on EndNote every semester, conflicts in your schedule may prevent you from attending these real-time classes. Classes also might not move at the pace you would prefer. To help address these issues, HSLS now provides a set of three interactive online tutorials for EndNote to help you get started with this citation manager whenever you want, at your own pace.
The tutorials are designed for you to follow along with instructions, completing tasks in EndNote as you go. The tutorials feature EndNote 20, which you can download through Pitt’s software download service.
- EndNote Part 1: Getting Started with EndNote 20 will teach you how to add references to a library.
- EndNote Part 2: Obtaining Full-Text will show you how to find full-text PDFs of references through EndNote.
- EndNote Part 3: Cite While You Write will get you started using EndNote’s Microsoft Word plug-in, which allows you to create citations right in a document.