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EndNote is software that can organize, store, and input citations into Word documents to help you with your research. The College of St. Scholastica has a site license which offers two options for you to access Endnote and you can either pick one or use both as the situation warrants.
EndNote has its own YouTube channel to learn more advanced features of this incredibly powerful program:
1. EndNote Download
To download EndNote, click on the appropriate computer link below, log in to the Intranet, and click on save. EndNote will then be installed on your computer.
CSS Citation APA Style Libguide
This LibGuide is to help you use APA including:
- Reference Formats - examples and explanations for citing your sources in the various formats for your References list
- Formatting Your Paper - how to set up your paper including the margins, font, References list, headers and section breaks
- In-text Citations - also known as parenthetical notation - how to cite your references in the text of your paper
Note: This guide is in no way a replacement for the actual manual, which can be found in the Library on reserve or at a bookstore near you. Please consult the manual for authoritative information in greater detail. Also feel free to talk with a librarian for more help.
APA Citation Help
Hints and tips from the APA web site
APA Documentation Guide
APA tutorial created by the University of Wisconsin, Madison
OWL Purdue APA Style Guide
APA tutorial created by Purdue University
Website sponsored by WriteCheck and Turnitin and gives lots of help for learning what plagiarism is and how to avoid it through correct citations.
Can help create citations and scan papers for plagiarism and grammatical errors.
The Rose Warner Writing and Critical Thinking Center is where all students, faculty and community members can receive free, collaborative feedback on any and all forms of writing. You can find out more information and even schedule an appointment on their website.