Options available for collaborating with EndNote include:
More information can be found on these guides:
EndNote & Collaboration (from Women and Newborn Health Service Library)
Collaboration: using EndNote & EndNote Web (from University of Queensland Library)
EndNote is a software package that helps you organize citations and create a bibliography. Citations can be automatically exported from many databases, library catalogues and ejournal sites.
The University of Manitoba Libraries does not offer a site license for EndNote. EndNote can be purchased from the University Bookstore for $159.99 for students, $199,99 for staff. Upgrade cost is $135.99.
Members of the University of Manitoba community have free access to EndNote Web, a web-based version of EndNote which is intended to be used with EndNote Desktop.
Members of the University of Manitoba community have free access to EndNote Web, an online complement to EndNote (desktop) that can also be used on its own. With EndNote Web you can create a group of references and then share that group with another EndNote Web user. References from EndNote Desktop (X6 and above) are automatically transferred between EndNote and EndNote Web.
To access Endnote Web you will need to register first via Web of Science (click on the Endnote link on the top of the screen). After your initial account is created you can access Endnote Web via MyEndnoteWeb.com without logging in through the library.
EndNote X2 and later versions can find full text articles with the Open URL Link which connects your EndNote record to the University of Manitoba Libraries GetIt@UML menu. EndNote X3 and later can also automatically locate articles and download them into your EndNote library. Some articles cannot be located using EndNote's Find Full Text feature but may still be available at the University of Manitoba Libraries. To check for full text using Open URL right click on an EndNote reference and select Open URL Link.
Configuring EndNote to work with Find Full Text in X3 and higher:
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Virtual Library
5. In the Authenticate with box type or copy/paste:
|University of Manitoba||https://uml.idm.oclc.org/login?url=|
|Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Virtual Library||https://umlwrha.idm.oclc.org/login?url=|
6. Click on Apply then OK.
To find the full text for EndNote citations:
The Find Full Text feature is available from EndNote version X3 and later.
1. Create an EndNote Web Account. You can register for an EndNote Web account by going to Edit in the EndNote Program and selecting EndNote Preferences and then EndNote Web.
2. Check to see if a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is present in the citation. Citations that have been downloaded from a database like PubMed or Web of Science usually will contain a DOI.
3. Use the Find Full Text feature while on campus.
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