WPI network users can get EndNote for their desktops or laptops from the following network shares:
Note: For EndNote desktop to sync with EndNote Web (Basic) you must have the latest version X7.1. To check for updates open EndNote desktop choose the Help menu and choose Check Updates
For installation assistance, please contact the WPI Helpdesk.
If you are a Mac user you will likely want to aquire Endnote software so that you can take advantage of all the features of Endnote. Use the document here to get set up.
To check for full-text, you must first open a reference in your EndNote library. Click on References, Find Full Text. It should retrieve the full text if available. If not, you can try References, URL, Open URL to get to the FullText Finder window with retrieval options. For some items you may need to choose Request (ILLiad Interlibrary Loan).
To set up the WPI Library Catalog connection in order to search for books, project reports, and items within the WPI library collection from within EndNote, follow these steps.
What's the Difference between EndNote & EndNote Web? How do they interact?
EndNote Web is a web-based citation management tool with fewer features. EndNote X8 users, within Preferences, can connect to and even upgrade their EndNote Web account. We suggest you upgrade to enable more features such as access to PDFs within their online libraries.
ENW is a great option for serious researchers who wish to share parts of their personal EndNote libraries with others. EndNote Web compliments EndNote and allows sharing of references with other EndNote Web users. EndNote X8 groups (except for smart groups) are synced within EndNote Web.
To enable within EndNote, go to EndNote preferences, EndNote Web. Click activate. Enter your EndNote web username (your WPI email) and your password for EndNote Web, which is probably different from your WPI password.