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EndNote Basic and Web of Science(WOS) workshop

Training support links from a variety of resources

What is EndNote Basic?

EndNote Basic helps you to organize your research material, including journal articles, into your own online mini database. It is FREE .

  • Store up to 50,000 references
  • 20 most popular bibliographic styles, register with CSUN University Library's Web of Science(WOS) database, will have access to full array of journal styles
  • 2GB of file storage
  • Webpage reference capture

EndNote Basic Features covered in the EndNote Basic Workshop, Nov. 3, 2020

  • export, import or capture references from online sources -OneSearch, WOS, EBSCO, Proquest, Google Scholar
  • organize references in subject folders 
  • link to full text articles and attach PDFs 
  • share  with team members and collaborators
  • create formatted bibliographies
  • use Cite While You Write with MS Word
  • Web of Science (WOS) highlights

EndNote Basic and Google docs

Using EndNote with Google Docs

There is no EndNote Cite While You Write tool available for Google Docs

However it is still possible to use EndNote with Google Docs by inserting unformatted citations, saving it as an RTF file and then formatting the document using EndNote.

Video Tutorials for EndNote Online: also called EndNote Web or EndNote Basic

Need help editing your EndNote Basic records?  See

  University of Hawaii's Editing EndNote Basic

Zotero Bib will work with Microsoft Word as well as Google Docs

Web of Science (WOS) tutorial from Web of Science

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