EndNote can save you hours of time with your referencing!
Bibliographic software systems are programmes that allow you to keep track of all you references. EndNote is a particularly powerful and sophisticated example of this type of software. You can use it to store your book and journal references, find PDFs and store the articles that you already have.
EndNote is particularly good if you get most of your references from databases such as Seeker, JSTOR and Web of Science.
Using the Word plug in toolbar, you can automatically format the references into the style (e.g. APA, Harvard, Chicago) that your School requires when writing your essay or dissertation. It will also generate your bibliography for you!
EndNote is available on all classroom PCs in the University. It can also be purchased through the IT software page at a substantial discount for use on your own computer. You can also use it in conjunction with the free version of EndNote (EndNote Online/Web) which will allow you to use your references on your own PC/Mac.
Who can attend?
Our sessions are open only to matriculated students at the University of St Andrews. Unfortunately, we are not able to open sessions to members of the public or students from other institutions.
Do I need to book a place?
Yes. Places are limited to 8 students per session. Click the 'Register' button above to sign up for a place at this session. Please use your University email address.
What if the session is fully booked?
You can still register for a place on the waiting list. If someone else cancels, we will contact you to offer you a place using the email address you gave us when you signed up.
Where is the session?
The session will take place in the Level 3 Teaching Room, Main Library, North Street.
There will be signposts guiding to you to the Teaching Room but please ask a member of staff at the Helpdesk for directions if you are unfamiliar with this part of the building.