This guide is designed as an introduction to using the EndNote reference management program, as well as providing supplementary support materials . You may find this guide sufficient to get started, however we recommend following it up with a training session offered by the Library:
EndNote is a bibliographic management software application that allows you to create a personalised database of references. References can be entered manually, or imported from sources such as the Library journals and databases, or Google Scholar.
EndNote can be used to insert in-text references into your documents, and create reference lists or bibliographies for assignments, research papers, theses, or articles for publication, using a variety of referencing styles.
EndNote is useful for academics, researchers, postgraduate, higher degree and undergraduate students who need to manage a large amount of bibliographic data.
Victoria University holds a site license for EndNote. All on-shore staff and students can download the EndNote software to their home computers via the MyVU portal. To access, go to the 'My Downloads' section (see below). You will be able to download the current and previous versions of the Endnote software for both Windows and Macs:
College & Research Librarians
For assistance and training with EndNote, contact your College Librarian or the Research Librarian to discuss your needs.
During semester, library chat is open 9am - 8pm Monday to Thursday, 9am - 5pm Friday, and 11am - 3pm Saturday and Sunday. Outside of semester, chat is open 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday only. Chat is not available on public holidays or University closures.
The Research Ambassadors at Victoria University provide research support to both staff and research students in a range of areas including EndNote. The Research Ambassadors can also provide EndNote support via Facebook. Check the Facebook page:
Planning on accessing your Endnote library on more than one computer? Watch this short video first: