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EndNote: Main

EndNote (EN) is a software for managing references. It can automate the many tedious steps involved in organizing and formatting the references and bibliographies in your academic writing. EndNote Web (ENW) is the web version of EN, with fewer features.

Training Sessions and Tutorials


Training Schedule for Semester 2 AY2016/2017

Date Time Location Registration
21st February 2017 (Tuesday) 10am to 12pm Science Library Training Room Full
23rd February 2017 (Thursday) 12pm to 2pm Central Library Training Room Full
24th February 2017 (Friday) 10am to 12pm Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library Training Room Full


  • PCs will be provided for attendees who have a confirmed place, however you may still wish to bring your own laptop
  • Attendees who are on the waitlist may be invited to the session, however they will have to bring their own laptops
  • Please install EndNote on your laptop prior to coming to the class. Instructions on how to install EndNote can be found here:
  • If you are facing any issues with installing EndNote, please contact NUS Computer Centre for assistance

For urgent EndNote assistance and queries, please contact your nearest EndNote librarian listed on the right.

What's EndNote

EndNote X8 is available from the NUS Computer Centre's Software Catalogue.

EndNote is a software that:

  • stores and organizes references found from many sources
  • inserts these references into a Word document 
  • automatically formats your references according to a predefined citation style, and more! 

If you're new to EndNote, check out the Installation Instructions and Step by Step Guide.

Bibliographies Made Easy

Video from EndNote Training:

Collaboration Features in X7.2


Contact the librarians nearest to you for help:

Bissy Ithack


Han Ming Guang

(Humanities and Social Sciences/Engineering & Computer Science)

Tracy Lou


Wee Kin Guan

(Science & Medical)

Winnifred Wong

(Design and Environment)

For installation issues with Software Catalogue, please contact NUS Computer Centre's ITCare .

For software issues, please contact Thomson Reuters Asia Support.