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School of Education Library, SoE, FHE, UWI, St. Augustine: Referencing and EndNote

Guide to the resources and services of the UWI STA School of Education Library

About this page

This page provides info and resources about referencing at SoE STA.

Links to APA style resources 

Links to using EndNote X9

Links to Plagiarism, Citing, Referencing and Copyright info

Aboout using EndNote X9?

EndNote is a commercial software for managing references when writing projects, articles, and theses. It is produced by Thomson Reuters.

Kindly remember that the final output (in-text citations and list of references) depends on the data that you have entered into the EndNote software (or any other reference management software).

ALWAYS review entries (whether manual or downloaded from a database or other online service) for spelling errors, incomplete or incorrect data, or data entered into wrong fields or resource formats

 After inserting your in-text citations and references, convert your paper/thesis to plain text and use a guide or the APA Publication Manual to correct any mistakes.

EndNote X9 Versions

Citing and Referencing Resources

Citing and Referencing at SoE

APA Style by the American Psychological Association is the referencing style which the UWI thesis guide states should be used by students in the School of Education (SoE), Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.

  • All new students from 2020-2021 onwards are to use APA 7th. edition.

  • Current graduate students who are submitting theses this year (2021-2022) may continue in APA 6th (unless the student wishes to do so in APA 7th.) By 2022-2023 - only APA 7th should be used by both new and continuing students. 

EndNote 20 - Download

EndNote 20 is a programme to manage a database of your references.

  •  You may enter references manually or download citation files from information databases. This software allows you to insert your in-text citation and format your list of references in a reference style of your choice in an MS Word document.. 

Currently, EndNote 20 for Windows and Mac is available for download on the UWI STA student portal for currently enrolled students.

Log on to the UWI STA student portal.

There is a folder called "EndNote 20" on this page in the Documents folder:  https://my.uwi.edu/group/mycampus/my-documents.

Scroll down to EndNote 20.

Click on EndNote 20 and a memo with the link to the download is presented. You need your student portal credentials to download the files.

{For UWI staff, contact your fauculty/department LAN administrator who can install on your computer/laptop}

Features of EndNote 20

Cite While You Write – insert and manage your citations in MS Word.

Use 6000+ different citation styles 

Collect full-text PDFs in one click – EndNote automatically downloads and attaches free (or subscribed to), online full-text PDFs to your saved references.

Work with PDFs – Organise, rename, annotate, search and open your PDFs directly within EndNote.

Share your research – Invite up to 14 other EndNote X7.4.2 users and later versions to access your EndNote library, so they can add to, annotate and use it simultaneously.

Custom and Smart Groups – These provide a way of automatically grouping similar or related references.

Access your research anywhere – Sync your desktop, online and mobile libraries for convenient, multi-platform research.

Network and collaborate – Connect with other researchers via the EndNote Community in EndNote online.

Support for figures & tables – In addition to handling your citations, EndNote can also easily manage all your figures and tables when writing.

Mac® and Windows® compatibility

Add citations to MS PowerPoint slides (Plug in for Windows only)

Safety Notes

General Safety Notes

  • EndNote libraries are made up of two parts: the .enl file and the .Data folder. These two parts must be kept together, both are needed for the library to work correctly.
  • EndNote libraries should be kept on your computer's hard drive. Storing and editing libraries on a network drive can lead to corruption and performance issues.
  • EndNote libraries should not be stored in cloud-syncing folders such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, SugarSync, etc. Syncing folders corrupt EndNote libraries over time. If you do save on cloud services, keep a backup on your local hard drive/external drive/flash drive.
  • Uninstall your previous version of EndNote before installing a new version.
  • References in EndNote libraries can be synchronized between desktop and laptop computers, the online library, and an iOS device using EndNote Sync.
  • Complete EndNote libraries can be shared with other EndNote X7, X8, or X9 users through EndNote Sync and Library Sharing.

SoE STA Resources for APA style

EndNote X9 Resources

Other UWI LibGuides on EndNote

Using EndNote X9 Online