EndNote is available to all USQ students and staff.
Downloading to your home computer
Windows users - please follow these steps carefully:
Step 1 - Close ALL Microsoft Office programs before you begin the installation process - Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint
Step 2 - Save the .exe file to the Desktop, or cut and paste the .exe file (from the Downloads folder) to the desktop
Step 3 - Right mouse click, and
Step 4 - Run as Administrator
Use your USQ network username and password to log-in and access the installation files for Windows or Mac.
Important: Before downloading EndNote, read the Windows (PDF 354KB) or Mac (PDF 332KB) installation instructions.
Downloading EndNote for staff and postgraduates (on-campus only)
Windows users go to USQ Software Portal and select EndNote. Close all Microsoft Office programs before you install EndNote.
Mac users need to use the ICT MacXtra app on their computers to search for and install EndNote.
Download referencing styles
EndNote comes with over 1000 referencing or output styles.
Follow these instructions for adding output styles Harvard AGPS6 USQ Version, AGLC4 and APA 7 to EndNote.
*Note: In November 2019 APA 7 was released. Students need to refer to course specifications, assessment resources, examiner or supervisor to determine whether to use APA 6 or APA 7.
EndNote has released an APA 7 style template. This style is still under development and some references will be inaccurate. It is suggested researchers and HDR students continue to use the APA 6 EndNote style unless required to use APA 7.
We recommend using the style to create a basic reference, but do not rely on it. After using EndNote to develop your reference list, convert the word document to Plain Text, then use the APA reference guide or the APA Publication Manual to correct any mistakes.
Known problem with the EndNote APA 7th style:
- Multiple authors: EndNote does not support APA 7th's approach to 20+ authors. If you have more than 20 authors, you will need to edit your reference to replace the authors between the 19th and the last author with ellipses (...)
For further assistance contact: email@example.com