Access to EndNote requires a licence, so access varies depending on your status.
UCL students and staff can access EndNote Desktop from all UCL networked computers or remotely via Desktop@UCL Anywhere, and have access to the full version of EndNote Online.
UCL staff may need to download EndNote Desktop to their UCL computer. The most recent version can be downloaded from:
UCL staff and students can access EndNote on their own home computer through Desktop@UCL Anywhere or by downloading it from the UCL Software Database. Installation instructions are available within the UCL Software Database. See the information for EndNote.
UCL's institutional desktop licence for EndNote now allows UCL students and staff to download EndNote for use on their own PC or Mac, from the UCL Software Database. This requires your UCL computer username and password. By downloading the software you are agreeing to UCL's Standard Terms and Conditions with Home Use and Restrictions.
GOSH currently has a licence for EndNote Desktop. The licence covers installation on both GOSH and personal computers.
The Joint Library of Ophthalmology has purchased an EndNote licence for MEH Staff. The licence allows you to install EndNote Desktop on personal computers. We will provide access on the basis of your current needs. Please email the Joint Library of Ophthalmology outlining your need to use EndNote at this time and the specific projects you are undertaking now.
NHS staff working at Trusts affiliated to UCL, other than Great Ormond Street Hospital or Moorfields Eye Hospital, only have access to EndNote online. NHS staff who register with UCL libraries can access an enhanced version of EndNote Online as part of the UCL licence. To do this:
To use EndNote Desktop, NHS staff need to purchase an EndNote licence.