NYU-licensed copies of EndNote software are available free to NYU faculty, staff, and students (for Mac and Windows computers) for work and personal computers.
After installing, you can retain the software after leaving NYU.
EndNote Web & iPad App
EndNote Web provides access to your reference library from any computer that has an Internet connection. You can share EndNote references with other EndNote Web users, and you can sync references across multiple computers and devices.
|Users with a Kerberos ID
|NYU MCIT-managed Computers||Mac users||EndNote software is available through MCIT's Mac Software Downloads page. Follow the instructions.|
EndNote software is available through MCIT's PC Software Portal. Follow the instructions.
|**If you're having issues downloading Endnote, please contact MCIT at: 212-263-6868.|
|Personal Computers||Mac users||Login with your KID/password to access the EndNote Mac Installer|
|PC users||Login with your KID/password to access the EndNote Windows Installer|
|Users with a Net ID|
|Download EndNote from the NYU Division of Libraries website with NetID and password.|
|**If you're having issues downloading Endnote, pleace contact the NYU IT Service Desk at: 212-998-3333.|
Connect to NYUHSL to Find Full Text
EndNote's Find Full Text feature automatically finds and imports the full text PDFs of references in your library.
For EndNote Versions X4 or later:
1. Open EndNote (desktop application) and go to the Edit menu. Select Preferences
2. Select Find Full-Text from the menu on the left side of the new window
3. Make sure all boxes are checked and enter the URLs below:
OpenURL Path: http://sfx.med.nyu.edu/sfxlcl3
Authentication with path: http://ezproxy.med.nyu.edu
4. To use the Find Full-Text feature, select one or more references in your library and go to the References menu and select Find Full-Text. EndNote will begin downloading your full-text PDFs if available.
The NYU Health Sciences Library has made a guide with step-by-step instructions for setting up and using EndNote to manage your citations.
Thomson Reuters has produced many video tutorials to help users learn about specific aspects of EndNote. Their YouTube channel is available here.
Some video tutorials that we recommend include: