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PR 203: Public Relations Research for Planning and Evaluation: Getting Started With Endnote

What is Endnote?

Endnote Web is an online tool that helps you:

  • Track papers you've read and group them by topic or assignment
  • Share citations with others
  • Create bibliograpies and easily cite in Microsoft Word

Click the image above, or use this link to visit Endnote Web and sign up for a free account

Prefer not to use Endnote?

Guide to citing social media posts in MLA and APA format

Endnote is great for keeping track of your sources, especially books and articles that you get through the library's databases.

For this project, it's likely that you will be using unusual sources, and citing them can be a bit tricky- you might even need to write out citations by hand. 

The Purdue OWL is a great source for all your citing and research needs, and we highly recommend it.

Getting Started With Endnote

Importing References into Endnote Web

Using Groups in Endnote Web

Creating a Bibliography