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Citing Sources

This guide provides information and resources to assist with citing your sources and avoiding plagiarism

Endnote Online

Through our subscription to the Web of Science database, a premium EndNote Online account is available for free to ACPHS students, faculty and staff. *The difference between the version of Endnote Online that you can get via our Web of Science subscription and Endnote Basic, which is free to everyone, is that Endnote Online gives you access to many more citation styles.

Creating an Endnote Online Account via Web of Science

1. Link to Web of Science from the Database drop menu on the Library Services Home page or link here. Note: If you are accessing Web of Science from off campus you will need to be logged on to the proxy server.

2. Go to Products and select Endnote

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. You will see a pop-up which will ask you to sign in. Click on the link that says Register, below the sign-in fields.

4.. Follow the prompts to create your account. Note: You do not have to use your ACPHS email address. 

5.. When you have created your account, you will see a pop-up telling you that you are signed into Web of Science. Click OK, and you will see another pop-up with the Endnote End User License Agreement.

6. Click I agree, and you will be taken to the Endnote Online homescreen. You now have an Endnote account.  Once you have created an EndNote online account via Web of Science, you can access your account directly at: https://www.myendnoteweb.com/EndNoteWeb.html

Cite While you Write Plug-In

Check out the video from University of Reading Library to learn how to use the Cite While You Write plug-in.