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Available Software

  • Endnote ESD ($230.00)
  • Endnote upgrade ($125.00) - Available on 1 media
    Single User License
  • Endnote X7 5-User Lab Pack ($2,025.00) - Available on 1 media
Product Overview:

EndNote makes it easy to connect to Internet-based libraries of reference data (there are many free-access databases in addition to those that your organization or institution subscribes to) and locate exactly the references you need to cite in your work. EndNote makes it easy to store, catalogue and index these references in your own custom reference databases, together with images, figures, files and links that you want to include or cite. And EndNote integrates into your word processor to make it easy to insert citations and create bibliographies and figure lists, with every entry automatically and consistently formatted in the style you, or your publishers, prefer.

Version Information:
Current Version(s): X8


  • Windows XP sp3 and Vista and Win7 and Win8
  • Pentium 450-MHz minimum
  • 180MB hard disk space available
  • 256MB RAM
  • CD-ROM drive


  • OSX (10.6x - 10.7x)
  • PowerPC or Intel Macintosh 450 MHz or higher
  • 180MB hard disk space available
  • 256MB RAM
  • CD-ROM drive
FYI: Concurrent user pricing (five user minimum) can be obtain upon request. Additional single concurrent user licenses can be purchased after the initial purchase of five licenses. There is no limit to the number of users who can have the client software installed on their computers but only x number of simultaneous users can access EndNote depending on the number of concurrent licenses purchased. We recommend an end user to concurrent user ratio of 4:1 so that a five concurrent user license should accommodate about 20 users on average. No Home Use Allowed.

Note: the EndNote concurrent user network license requires some form of metering to monitor the maximum number of simultaneous users. EndNote does not come with its own metering software so a metering utility such as KeyServer from Sassafras Software would need to be employed.