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EndNote and EndNote Web

EndNote News

The Henry Madden Library will end its access to new downloads of EndNote on December 31, 2020. However, support for EndNote, as well as help with installing and using Zotero, a similar software, will be available. 


Zotero is a free tool that offers many similar features to EndNote, and integrates with library databases and OneSearch. Unlike EndNote, Zotero also provides integration with Google Documents.  Zotero also offers users the ability to save and organize citations for websites and other online resources. The Spring 2020 workshop calendar is available here; the next Zotero workshop is scheduled for February 2, from 5- 6 pm.  The library is also happy to set up workshops for groups of students/program cohorts. For more information on installing and using Zotero, please see the library Zotero guide.


If you are currently using EndNote (and have it installed on your desktop) and would like to continue using this software as you complete your degree, support for customizing and using EndNote continues to be available at Users who have downloaded EndNote desktop will not lose access to that version of the software or their library. The library is encouraging all users who have downloaded EndNote to make sure they have installed the current version of EndNote, the recently released EndNote 20, before the end of  the campus license on December 31, 2020. EndNote 20 is available for installation from the campus Technology Services Help Center at For installation/update help, please see this guide, or contact