You can easily transfer references between your EndNote library and your EndNote Online library using Transfer with EndNote. With EndNote X5 onwards, file attachments can also be transferred.
Share references with your colleagues by creating groups in EndNote Online.
You can allow some group members to edit references in the group library, but give others read only access.
Note that an EndNote online account is required to access an EndNote online group.
An EndNote app for the iPad is available. It can be purchased and downloaded through Apple's iTunes store.
EndNote is desktop software. The most recent version is EndNote 20. The University has a subscription to EndNote which means you can install EndNote for free on to a University-owned computer (for instance, a desktop in your department) or a personal device. EndNote is also installed on some library computers.
To install EndNote on a University-owned computer, ask your local IT help for advice. To install EndNote on a personal device, please find instructions and versions for Windows and Mac on IT Services' website:
EndNote Online (previously EndNote Web) is web-based software and can be used to transport your EndNote library, but is also available to all Oxford University members through the university's subscription. A computer with EndNote installed is not required to use EndNote online:
Below are tips on how to collect references and build up your EndNote library.
From online databases and other reference management software
Import files saved as End or RIS files.
EndNote can import files saved in BibTex and plain text format as well as RIS.
EndNote Online only
Handouts and presentation slides from Referencing: Endnote (introduction to) workshop
Handouts and presentation slides from Referencing: Choosing and Using workshop
Handouts and presentation slides from iSkills for the Medical Sciences Division and OUH staff: Introduction to Endnote workshop
For help with Endnote please email email@example.com
Go to https://skills.it.ox.ac.uk/whats-on#/ and enter Endnote in Course search