EndNote has a feature called Cite While You Write which allows you to add references and citations directly into the Word file of your essay or piece of work.
Once you have installed EndNote onto your machine, Cite While You Write should have been installed as a Word plug-in. Check it has been installed by opening Word and clicking on the Add-Ins tab and you should see EndNote has appeared there.
Newcastle University have a customised version of Harvard that you can download; more information is available on their Library Guide. Their version of Harvard does not, for example, capitalise all of the author names in a bibliography.
EndNote can be purchased for a reduced price for students and staff wishing to download the software onto their own machine, please check the University IT Services page for details (University username and password needed) or you can go directly to the software supplier page.
If you are a member of staff wishing to use the software on University owned laptops or desktops you can download it free from the University IT Services webpage. You need to login with your University username and password and then select EndNote from the list of software. You will be asked to fill in a licensing agreement form - add your name and email address, then you will be able to download the software.
EndNote is a desktop application so you can only access the full version from the computer you install it onto. However, you can set up and synch your references to an EndNote Web account.
Here are the steps to set up EndNote to find full text PDFs for references when you are away from the University.
In EndNote go to: