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EndNote Web

Creating Your Account

How to Set Up Your EndNote Web Account

1.Go to EndNote Registration page 

2. Follow guidelines and create your own username and password

* For best results, please do this from a computer that is on campus

Using EndNote Web

1. Read the UWG library guide

2. Follow the EndNote Web Tutorial (From Website)

Customizing Your Account

EndNote Web provides you with many options on some of the screens. This can get confusing so we recommend that you customize your account so that you only see the options most useful to you as a UWG student, faculty or staff member.

Choose the Library Catalogs you want to be able to search online

Go to Collect --> Online Search --> Select Favorites
We recommend that UWG users choose the following to add to their Favorites list:

  • Library of Congress
  • Georgia St U
  • Natl Lib of Medicine
  • Project Muse
  • U Georgia
  • U West Georgia

Depending on your areas of research, you might also choose other national libraries or libraries where you have done research.


Choose the Import Options you want to see

Go to Collect --> Import References --> Select Favorites
We recommend that UWG users choose the following to add to their Favorites list:

  • Endnote Import
  • JSTOR
  • Library of Congress
  • PubMed (NLM)
  • Refman RIS
  • WorldCat (OCLC)

You might end up needing others. These are the basic ones that UWG users will use.


Choose the Citation Formats you want to see

Go to Format --> Bibliography --> Select Favorites
We recommend that UWG users choose at least the following formats:

  • Amer Political Sci Review
  • APA - 5th - Annotated
  • APA - 6th
  • Chicago - 15th A
  • Chicago - 15th B
  • Chicago - 16th A
  • Chicago - 16th B
  • MLA - Annotated
  • MLA (No caps) if you frequently cite sources not in English
  • MLA
  • Turabian Bibliography
  • Turabian Reference List

When you look through the list of output formats, you will see many that are specific to individual journals. You might look for ones taht you publish in or others in your field and select those as well. Depending on your areas of research you might want additional formats.