Citing your work and creating reference lists are a necessary evil when researching. It’s evil because you have to keep track of all the resources you use, learn many citation styles, and then go through your paper to type in text citations. A way to combat this evil is using Endnote.
Endnote is a citation management system that does all the things for you. You can import citations directly from the database and you can easily switch citation styles. Endnote also cites while you write, allowing you to insert a citation as you type and automatically creating a reference list.
Once you have Endnote on your computer, make sure to take a look at our Endnote Guide for tips and tricks on how to use the program.