EndNote is a reference management tool that allows you to maintain a library of references and automatically insert citations into Microsoft Word.
Faculty, Staff, and Students.
How to Get This Service
EndNote is available to install for Windows and Mac from the ADAM page.
- Go to http://adam.pace.edu
- Click on End Note from the list of Apps and Downloads on the left
- Log in using your MyPace username and password
- Choose Windows or Mac OS
- The installer will begin downloading
For any inquiries, support requests, or to report an issue related to this service, please contact Academic Technology. Support requests can also be submitted online at help.pace.edu (MyPace Portal username and password required). Please use the Information Technology > Academic Tools > Endnote request type (Note: Clicking this link will pre-populate the form after you log in).
EndNote Technical Support
UPhone: 1 (800) 336-4474, press 4
UHours: Monday through Friday, 9am to 8pm
Office of Academic Technology
UTelephone: (212) 346-1661
EndNote Essential Training
Lynda.com offers a video course on EndNote X8 for beginners. Click the link below and login with Pace username and password to get started.
|EndNote User Guide||Complete user guide from EndNote.|
|Library EndNote Guide||
Import references directly from any of the library's online databases.
|DPS 870 Output Style Instructions||DPS 870 Output Style Instructions|
Instructions for PC Users
|Getting Started||Get started using EndNote on a PC.|
|Cite-While-You-Write||Cite EndNote references directly within a Microsoft Word document by using the Cite-While-You-Write plug-in.|
|Importing Citations||Get started importing citations from Pace databases.|
|Exporting Citations||Export your EndNote references.|
|Formatting Citations||Change the citation style in EndNote on a PC.|
Instructions for Mac Users
|Getting Started||Get started using EndNote on a Mac.|
|Formatting Citations||Change the citation style in EndNote on a Mac.|
|Exporting Citations||Export your EndNote references on a Mac.|