Heard of Endnote and want to know what it’s all about?
Compiling long reference lists for essays can become a nightmare, especially when you aren't sure about the specifics of a reference style.
To avoid that nightmare CSU provides Endnote, a program to organize and manage references and electronic documents such as PDFs. Endnote is available as a free download to all CSU students.
Endnote works with Microsoft Word and Mac to insert citations into the text of a document and generate reference lists or bibliographies in a chosen reference style. Additionally, most journal databases are set up to allow citation details to be downloaded directly into Endnote. The reference style manager in Endnote automatically formats the in text citations and reference lists into the reference style you nominate.
Information on how to download Endnote and use Endnote is on the library website