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Citation Management Tools: EndNote, Zotero & Mendeley


EndNote is a commercial citation management program owned and operated by Clarivate Analytics (spun off from its former owner, Thomson Reuters). EndNote basic, the web-based version, is available for free but only allows for integration with Web of Science for institutions that have a subscription to it, such as Stevens.

EndNote basic comes with 2GB of storage.

The full version of EndNote is available for a fee (EndNote X8, $299.95 MSRP), but student rates are available.

Note: you will need to create an account to start using EndNote basic.

EndNote Training and Tutorials

How To Access EndNote

All members of the Stevens community have access to EndNote through the library's subscription to the Web of Science database, which is available through the Web of Knowledge platform by Thomson Reuters.  You will need to register for an account to begin using EndNote (no fee is required for members of the Stevens community).

Citation Styles

EndNote comes preloaded with many citation styles. You can add these to your "favorites" under the Format tab, and then under Bibliography. Find the one you need and click "Copy to Favorites", and it will then show up in the menu as a style to use when you format your paper or export references.

Note: you cannot download new files to EndNote beyond what is already included.

A Quick Overview of EndNote

How to Use EndNote in 7 Minutes (Windows)

How to Use EndNote in 6 Minutes (Mac)


ResearcherID helps reduce the author ambiguity problem within the research community.  Members receive a unique identifier to help manage publications, help reduce author misidentification, track h-index and times cited counts, and identify potential collaborators.  ResearcherID is a Thomson Reuters resource and you'll find it featured within the Web of Science database.

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