EndNote is a software tool for managing your own personal library. You can save full-text articles in your own database and use that to build reference lists in your own work.
References can be imported via the import citation options many research databases offer. Full text can be save instantly. The large output style library allows you to use EndNote for in article citations and the reference list for almost all publishing styles and requested formats.
The University of Twente has a license for EndNote that also allows for it to be installed at home, and with the new 7.0 features the synchronization of your EndNote library over different computers has become a stable feature.
The University Library offers EndNote training twice a year, and tailor made courses can be arranged upon request.
The online training modules from the EndNote website can also help you:
The latest version of EndNote can be downloaded via Notebook Service Centre. Employees can also send a request to the ICTS service desk to have EndNote installed on the work place computer. Once EndNote is installed it is important to check for program updates regularly.
Endnote web is your online EndNote library, it allows you to synchronize your library across Desktop, tablet and online. Mid 2015 Endnote web was updated, for a licensed user there is unlimited storage space for pdf’s and your library. Extended options for private group work are now available. These are your options:
Your EndNote Web account login is the same as your Web Of Science personal account, or your login for ResearcherID and vice versa.
EndNote reference export to Bibtex
This can be done by using the 'Reference Style' 'Bibtex Export':
You now have a bib file. Unfortunately, this export is not error free. You will have to assign a label, by hand, to each entry before you can use it in a Latex document. You will also need to check the entries capital letters, the punctuation and the reference type.