A footnote added at the end of a document, or a section in it, rather than at the foot of a page. Some word processing programs permit the user to choose to select either footnotes or endnotes. See also ANNOTATED ANOTATION APPENDIX FOOTNOTE
this is a bibliographic software program. It can help in the construction of bibliographies and is designed to organize bibliographic references. Users can search online databases, such as Web of Science, and transfer bibliographic references from them into their own bibliographies. Endnote is available on the University of Wales Swansea network. Further information on our Endnote web page.
Database software designed for cataloguing your personal library of documents. EndNote allows you to store records retrieved from databases, to search these records, and to organise them into a bibliography using a standard citation style.
consecutively numbered abbreviated citations placed at the end of each chapter of a research paper instead of footnotes or parenthetical references. Endnotes are listed numerically in the back matter under the heading NOTES.
EndNote is bibliographic management software that allows users to search, download and organize citations from books, journals, magazines, newspapers, etc. in personalized reference databases and bibliographies for research projects. EndNote allows you to store records retrieved from databases, to search these records, and to organise them into a bibliography using a standard citation style. LRC Reference Librarians offer monthly training sessions on the EndNote software program. See LRCâ€™s the training schedule.