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EndNote is a service which allows you to collect, store & manage your own collection or 'library' of references. You can transfer references from many library catalogues and databases into your EndNote Library. You can also use EndNote to create in-text citations and bibliographies in Word documents, formatted in the style of your choice.
EndNote is available as a Web version (also known as EndNote Basic) and a desktop version. To see which version best meets your needs, go to the Thomson Reuters web site to view an in-depth comparison of the two (PDF file).
How to create your EndNote Web 'library'
How to transfer references from online catalogues & databases
Creating bibliographies in Brookes Harvard & other styles
How to access on-campus or on your own computer