EndNote is a bibliographic management tool that allows users to create and organize a library of citations and abstracts and then insert them into a Microsoft Word document.
The Lamar Soutter Library is pleased to provide the University of Massachusetts Medical School with EndNote software for both Windows and Mac users.
The latest version of the software offered by the library (as of May 2019) is EndNote X9.
The license covers UMMS students, faculty and staff, and staff of our clinical partner, UMass Memorial Health Care. The software can be installed on UMMS or UMMHC computers and up to two personal computers per user.
School Provided Windows Computer Installation Instructions for EndNote X9:
Personal Computer Installation Instructions for EndNote X9 on Windows:
Please note: If you are running OS 10.15 Catalina or higher you MUST use EndNote X9 or the program will not be compatible; all older EndNote versions are 32-bit applications and will not be supported by Mac beginning fall 2019. Please be sure to allow all EndNote updates as requested to avoid impacting the program's functionality. Source: https://bit.ly/33J6SYO
School Provided Mac OS EndNote X9 Installation:
Note: For more help regarding Self Service, visit the UMMS IT knowledge base article here: https://umassmed.service-now.com/sp?id=kb_article&sys_id=3c4e065f13a69b800ba77b304244b016
Personal Computer Mac OS EndNote X9 Installation:
Victoria Rossetti (Education and Clinical Services Librarian) - Installation Support, Instructional Support/Basic Troubleshooting
508-856-2463 or Send Email
9AM-8PM EST Mon-Fri
(at the prompt, press 4; then select 1 - "ResearchSoft Products" option)
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This 60-minute class will demonstrate how to set up a new library, how to import citations from MEDLINE, how to work with the citation style manager and how to add bibliographic references to a Microsoft Word document