What is EndNote:
For more information about EndNote please visit endnote.com
Obtaining and Installing EndNote
EndNote (PC and Mac versions) can be downloaded and installed from the UNSW IT Services website.
You will be required to enter your ZID and password to access the software page. If, you have forgotten your password you can change it via the Identity Manager https://idm.unsw.edu.au
EndNote Web is a web-based EndNote provided free to UNSW Canberra staff and students as part of Web of Science database. The main difference between EndNote Web and EndNote is that EndNote Web has a limit of 50,000 references and EndNote has no limit.
How to use EndNote Web
Why do I need filters or connection files?
Filters are used when importing saved records from a database search into Endnote when direct export is not available.
Connection files enable EndNote to open, search, and import references from University library catalogues (such as the UNSW catalogue) and also from public library catalogues.
How do I find a connection file?
EndNote Connection Files include a full list of connection files.
Where do I find filters?
Filters are available from:
EndNote Full Text - Copyright Notice
Downloading records into your EndNote library from a database is usually quick and easy, but please ensure you comply with copyright law and database license requirements.
Be aware of the following issues: