EndNote is a sophisticated bibliographic management software tool for researchers creating an extensive library of sources and citing the sources in publications and theses. If you are needing to cite a handful (e.g. less than 20) of different sources you might want to consider something like Microsoft Word’s in-built referencing tool. Whether you select EndNote or another referencing tool understanding the principles of referencing is essential for making the most of such tools. We recommend the Deakin Guide to Referencing as the first port of call.
You can download or install the latest version of EndNote on:
The Australian_Harvard_2021 style is included in the EndNote20 installation package available from ITS Software Library and is available in all ITS computer labs. If it is missing from your Endnote20 program, you can download it here:
More information about Styles, and other Deakin specific Styles are available from the Referencing Styles & Bibliography tab of this guide.
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Recordings of public Endnote classes from Clarivate.
A class recording: EndNote 20 essentials (Windows) (1hr 25mins)
A class recording: EndNote 20 essentials [macOS] (1hr 30mins)
Note: Help guides for the previous versions of EndNote are available on our training videos and PDFs page
Online tutorials and other resources
Watch Online Tutorials:
EndNote User Manuals:
Please make sure to back up your EndNote library by saving a compressed copy before upgrading to EndNote 20.
If you are using a Deakin-managed PC, it is recommended that you DO NOT save your EndNote library on the H:Drive (Desktop or Documents folder). The H:Drive is a network drive which will affect the conversion of an EndNote library to the new EN20 format.