Tags Software


Software package used for publishing and managing bibliographies. Researchers, writers, and students can use EndNote to locate bibliographic data and create bibliographies for curricula vitae, manuscripts, grant proposals, term papers, and other publications.


  • Once requested, the IT Service Desk will send you a download link.

  • Cost is estimated at approximately $110 per device. Price is subject to change.

Who can access

  • University-owned machines only

How to request access

Visit the Technology Help Center to submit a ticket to request access to EndNote. Please include:

  • Software title

  • Operating system (Mac or Windows)

  • OHIO ID of individual responsible for the purchase

  • Quantity

  • Departmental account number for billing

DVD installers are not available. Once we have processed your order, the IT Service Desk will email you a download link. 


  • Search hundreds of online resources for references and PDFs

  • Find full text for references in one click

  • Read, review, annotate, and search PDFs

  • Create rules to automatically organize references as you work

  • Keep your data accurate with automatic reference and link updating

  • Share a library or just a portion with new group collaboration options

  • Provide write or read-only access to your library

  • Build your bibliography using the latest reference types

  • Ensure bibliographic accuracy with refreshed journal and referencing styles

  • Track your teammate's changes and view their activity on your shared library

  • Access research from your desktop, online, or your iPad

Additional resources

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Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center (help.ohio.edu) to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


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