EndNote is a bibliographic management tool that can help you collect and organize references and pdfs that you’ve found and read. EndNote also makes creating bibliographies in Word quick and easy, in hundreds of different styles (including AIP).
EndNote is available on all computers in the computer labs. You may also download and install EndNote on your own computer if you are a student, faculty, or staff. Installation links and instructions are at the bottom of this page.
Contact a librarian if you do not have the correct style on your computer! We'll get you set up.
Cite While You Write lets you cite articles in-text while you’re writing your paper. It will generate a bibliography automatically.
A stand-alone bibliography will not be connected with EndNote. This gives you more flexibility in editing it later and you can use it to add a bibliography to a poster or a presentation that isn't in Word.
If you already know the item you want to add, it can be a lot easier to simply search for it through EndNote:
One of the great things about EndNote is its ability to help you organize your research sources.
Groups are like folders for organizing your records, except that you can put a record in more than one group.
You can also make groups that will have records added automatically if they match criteria that you set
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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