EndNote training

This course introduces the EndNote software package, a product designed to help researchers input, store, organise, retrieve and format lists of references in a variety of discipline specific styles.  We will be working with EndNote version X9.


You will know how to:

  • manage and create an EndNote library
  • personalise the database using a variety of features
  • input references into your EndNote library using a variety of means (e.g. direct export, import filters and connect functions).
  • link to non bibliographic materials such as image and full text
  • output references using different styles including the simple editing of output styles
  • manage term lists


Workshop - two and a half hours. Held in Nuffield G11 (R9 Campus Map)

Dates and booking

Bookings are made via SuperSaas, and you will need to create a user account if you haven't used the SuperSaas system before.

Demand is high for our face to face EndNote courses, so if you are unable to attend a workshop, please do cancel your booking so that we can offer your place to someone else. 

Researchers with disabilities

Please contact libraryresearchskills@contacts.bham.ac.uk if you have any support requirements resulting from a physical, sensory, or hidden disability, mental health, or a specific learning difficulty. We would be happy to provide assistance to ensure your time with us is enjoyable.

Course Notes

EndNote X9 Course Notes and Exercises (PC version) may be downloaded below:

A self-enrol EndNote Canvas course is also available.

Course facilitators

Lynne Harris and James Barnett, for more information email the Research Skills Team.


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