EndNote for students and staff
What is it?
EndNote is the industry standard software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references on the Windows and Macintosh desktop. The Australian College of Theology has purchased a license for its staff and students at most ACT colleges to use EndNote at no cost, while associated with the ACT.
Who is eligible?
The license agreement between ACT and the distributors of the EndNote program extends to the Affiliated Colleges of ACT. The licensing agreement covers all faculty, academic/research staff and students of Australian College of Theology. Staff of Affiliated Colleges who are not faculty or academic/research staff involved in the delivery of ACT courses, such as administrative staff, or faculty of colleges only delivering non-ACT courses are not eligible for EndNote under ACT’s licence agreement.
How do I get it?
Fill in the form at the bottom of this page.
What’s new in EndNote 20
- Enhanced user interface design
- Including a ‘Save’ button to save changes to reference details
- Improved PDF (and other attachements) reading experience
- Enhanced duplicate reference detection and handling.