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Does the National Library support EndNote?

EndNote is commercial software that allows users to search online bibliographic databases via the Z39.50 protocol, assist in organizing their references and images, and create bibliographies. The software requires connection files to gain access to databases. For those who already have the EndNote software, a link to the connection file for the Library's catalogue can been found on our catalogue help page.

See the EndNote website for further information and links to other connection files.

You can also download an endnote citation file (XML format) from within an individual catalogue record. Just click on "cite this" to find the download formats available.

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