Since 1 January 2024, the new Endnote Online portal only works with a subscription to Endnote 21. UniSC Library is currently testing Endnote 21, which may resolve the issue. The rollout date of the latest version has not been set.
Newly upgraded to or installed of Endnote 20 cannot Sync nor connect to Endnote Online. This issue limits the space on how big the library can be, back up, and sharing functions.
EndNote Online is a bibliographic citation manager.
A bibliographic citation is any reference to a book, journal article, video, or other source that you might use in an academic paper or article. EndNote Online allows you to manage those citations by saving, organizing, and formating them into a bibliography or reference list in your assignment.
EndNote (desktop) is a software program for referencing which is installed on a computer. EndNote (online or Basic) is the web version of that software and requires no downloading or installation (aside from the optional plugins). UniSC students and staff can use EndNote Basic freely, but if you leave the University your Endnote basic access will cease to work with UniSC resources.
UniSC also has a software site licence for the installed version of Endnote and it is pre-installed on all Library (and many other computer lab) PCs.
It is easy to export/import sets of references in either direction between Endnote (online) and Endnote desktop using Endnote's Sync function.
Undergraduates should use Endnote Online on their personal computers, but may use either Endnote or Endnote (online) on UniSC campus computers.