EndNote (desktop version) is in the Common Apps section on open access computers. If you don't have it on a university machine ask your local technician or request via ISS service desk.
The licence now covers use on your own device as long as you are a student or member of staff at Swansea University. To download your own copy of EndNote go to https://myuni.swansea.ac.uk/it-services/software-enquiry/. You will need to login to MyUni with your Swansea University username and password.
EndNote is in the "Other software available section" of the site. Both Windows and MAC versions are available. You do not need a licence code as this has been bundled in the installer so will be entered automatically.
The University is planning return to campuses and reopening of services with the health and safety of students and staff as its top priority. In accordance with guidance from Welsh Government and University Management, Library staff have been working closely with Health and Safety and Estates colleagues to plan a safe, phased return which enables social distancing of 2 metres, sanitiser points, and provision of services with minimal contact. Please consult our webpage for up to date information.
There are 2 versions of EndNote available - a desktop version and an online one. The online version is free and is enough for most student work. The desktop version has more features such as the ability to import PDFs and edit styles. We generally recommend the desktop version for Ph.D. students and staff who are doing longer pieces of work. The link below is to a comparison chart.
A large number of videos are available to help with EndNote covering everything from a general introduction to specific tasks. Click the EndNote YouTube channel link to see more.
There will be EndNote workshops this term on:
If you are a Ph.D. student there are additional sessions available as part of the university postgraduate training programme
The workbooks we use for our courses are available below.