Writers and researchers looking to manage bibliographies on their Macs have been able to turn to EndNote. Thanks to a new product from EndNote makers
Thomson ResearchSoft, they’ll be able to take those capabilities online.
EndNote Web is a Web-based research and writing tool that complements and integrates with EndNote. It offers the basic bibliographic management features found in the desktop version of EndNote, but adds collaboration capabilities.
EndNote Web users can search ISI Web of Knowledge, PubMed, and other online library catalogs. They can also use the tool to organize references in folders and create bibliographies in more than 1,300 publishing styles.
References can be transferred directly between EndNote Web and EndNote X; references from both programs can be cited in one document.
Thomson ResearchSoft sees EndNote Web extending support to EndNote users who need a Web component for their bibliographic needs. The company also expects undergraduates to benefit from the features in the Web-based program.
EndNote Web is on display at Thomson ResearchSoft’s Macworld Expo booth (#N4234-04) alongside EndNote X. That program,
released in August, added expanded PDF management capabilities and customizable toolbars, among other changes.