Organizing Citations with EndNote Web

Do you sometimes think you spend crazy amounts of time formatting your citations, footnotes, and in-text citations? Did you know that there are tools available that allow you to organize your citations in one place (online!), import citations from databases, catalogs, and some websites, and format your citations as you type? EndNote Web is an online tool that makes this possible, simplifying the process for researchers and students, especially those who are juggling many research projects and numerous citations. Get started by visiting our EndNoteWeb Getting Started guide, or attend one of our introductory workshops:

  • Thursday, April 12, 12:00-1:00PM, or
  • Wednesday, April  18, 11-12:00PM

Place: Library Instruction Lab (L2211)
RSVP: Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend, but please reserve your spot ( or 262.472.5525)

In our hands-on introductory session we will:

  • Create an EndNote account 
  • Get acquainted with the user interface
  • Create groups (folders) for organizing citations, and sharing citation collections with colleagues, students, and professors
  • Add references to your library including from online sources such as EBSCO
  • Experiment with the Cite While You Write feature

If you are a student who has attended one of the Academic Support Center APA/MLA Documentation Workshops, this is a perfect “next step!”

About Ellen Latorraca

Reference & Instruction Librarian Liaison for the College of Education & Professional Studies
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