Need help with your references?
The health sciences library provides hour-long, one-on-one EndNote workshops for UCF COM faculty, students, residents, and staff. A librarian will show you how to use EndNote reference management software to gather your references while you conduct research, how to organize and manage those references, and how to cite sources in your written document.
Student workshops are held in the library. Faculty and staff workshops are held in faculty and staff offices. Group training sessions are also available. To schedule your session contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on EndNote, please see the library’s EndNote Library Guide.
Download EndNote on your computer
The UCF Libraries have licensed reference management software so that faculty, staff, students, and residents may have a system to keep their citations organized during research. Copies of the EndNote program may be downloaded for the PC or the Mac through the John C. Hitt Library website. Please note that if you are off-campus, you will need to log in with your NID and NID password in order to complete the download. You will need to unzip/extract the program file before you can install the program on your computer.
If you require any assistance using EndNote or experience difficulty with the download, please feel free to contact us at 407.266.1400. Guides and video instructions are also available within the library’s EndNote Library Guide.