UA Libraries has purchased the EndNote citation management software for students, faculty and staff. EndNote is a citation management tool that saves researchers, students and librarians some valuable time. It allows users to create personal reference libraries, insert citations into Word, organize references, and send citations from databases into EndNote.
How to get EndNote 20:
For browser/cloud capability, any University of Arizona student, staff and faculty member can sign up for EndNote at www.myendnoteweb.com.
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