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EndNote license: Does K-State have one?
K-State does not have a license for the EndNote software. This means that we do not have the connection files that permit researchers to search library databases from within EndNote. You can still use EndNote for exporting/downloading/saving citations from many of our library databases.
However, we do have access to My EndNote Web, an online version, through our Web of Knowledge databases (including Biological Abstracts, CAB Abstracts, Global Health, Food Science and Technology Abstracts, and Web of Science).The link will appear toward the top of the screen. When using My EndNote Web, users do need to register and create a password. My EndNote Web does not recognize K-State's eIDs and passwords.
For researchers wanting to use bibliographic management software to organize their references and generate citations, K-State subscribes to RefWorks. Additionally, free bibliographic management software programs are available like Zotero and Mendeley.