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McGill students and staff may download EndNote free of charge onto their personal computers at home or at the university.
Please follow carefully the installation instructions listed on the download page. For Windows users, this includes correctly extracting all files.
NOTE: Endnote X7 and Word 2016 for Mac
(Sept 1, 2015)
The Cite-While-You-Write functionality of EndNote X7 is not currently compatible with Microsoft Word 2016 for Mac. Thomson-Reuters (who maintain Endnote) are actively developing a patch for EndNote X7 and anticipate this free update to be ready in September or October. We will make this available from the download page through an updated installer when it is released.
(Sept 30, 2015)
UPDATE: Emory University have produced a guide to a temporary workaround for this issue. We recommend using this until a patch for Endnote X7 is released.
Architecture and art
- ACS Style Guide: effective communication of scientific information. (Online version) American Chemical Society
- ACS Style Guide: effective communication of scientific information. (Printed version) American Chemical Society.
- Quick Guide to Referencing in ACS Style. McGill University Library.
- Guide to citing maps and atlases. Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives.
Langue et littérature françaises
- Protocole pour la présentation matérielle des travaux
Université McGill Département de langue et littérature françaises
- Canadian guide to uniform legal citation = Manuel canadien de la référence juridique. McGill Law Journal.
- Bluebook : A uniform system of citation. Harvard Law Review Association.
Life sciences, nursing, and allied health
- Life sciences citation style guide. McGill University Library.
- for biology see: Council of Science Editors (CSE), Council of Biology Editors (CBE)
Preferred citation style in the field of biology.
- Chicago Manual of Style Online.
The preferred style of musicology
- Citing Music Resources Using Chicago Style (Bibliography Format). Marvin Duchow Music Library.
Summary of commonly consulted rules, along with models for all major types of music resources
- Citing Music Sources in Your Essay and Bibliography. UWO.
- GDRM: Présentation des notes et des bibliographies. Dr. Marc-André Roberge of Université Laval.
Chicago style en français
- Harvard Style Bibliographies and References. Leeds University.
Guidance in citing blogs, emails, wikis, etc.
- Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
The preferred style of music education
- see: APA Style
- American Sociological Association (ASA) Format. California State University, Los Angeles.