Virginia Tech affiliates can download EndNote for free from Software Distribution. Simply click on the link for Network Software Server and log in via 2-factor authentication. From there, you can download EndNote. Please note that downloading the software from EndNote's website will not give you access to the full version of the software.
EndNote basics for Mac
EndNote basics for Windows.
Sharing libraries in EndNote X9
Setting up a journals term list (EndNote X8)
If you have a list of references in a document and would like to get them into EndNote, you can use AnyStyle.io to convert the references into a file that can be imported into EndNote. Just follow the directions on the site and save the references to BibTeX format. Download the file, and then in EndNote, go to File -- Import and find the downloaded file. Make sure you select the BibTeX Import Option (on a Mac, you may have to click Options from the bottom left corner and then Other Filters to see this import option). The reference will be added to your EndNote library. Remember to check over the references after they've been added to EndNote to make sure they're correct.
Users can set up EndNote to find full text. Please note that the links below were updated in June 2020. If you are having trouble finding full text, check to make sure you're using the links below. This option is usually found under Preferences - Find Full Text. You can copy and paste the following URLs:
Here's what it will look like in EndNote X9:
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