EndNote: cite while you write

Advantages of citing while you write

  • You don't forget to cite sources.
  • You put the footnotes in the right places.
  • You save time looking for the right source after writing your article.
  • You can automatically update references.
  • You can adjust reference styles easily.


Insert a footnote

  • Open Athena.
  • Open your paper in a Word document via Athena.
  • Set your cursor where the footnote needs to be.
  • Open the tab "EndNote 20".
  • Click "Insert Citation". In the popup window, search for and select the reference. Click "OK".
  • OR click "Go to EndNote". EndNote will open. Search for and select the reference. Click the quotation marks.

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Last modified March 27, 2024, 3:27 p.m.