is a reference management program by Thomson Reuters. In contrast to Citavi and Zotero, EndNote is fee-based. A 30-day trial is available.

EndNote Web allows you to collect and organise your references and format citations, footnotes or a whole bibliography. In addition, you can share your references with other EndNote Web users. It is also possible to synchronise your content in order to access and manage your EndNote library from different devices anywhere. EndNote does not support an integrated search within the National Library’s digital content, but it does allow you to search in more than 400 other library catalogues and databases (among others Pubmed and Web of Science) within the EndNote user interface.

Download 30-day trial: http://endnote.com/downloads/30-day-trial

Video tutorials: http://endnote.com/training/videos

Detailed manual: http://endnote.com/support/online-user-manual/x6

Note: To connect EndNote with the digital library, you add the OpenURL in the menu Edit > Preferences > Find Full Text: