EndNote is a software tool for storing, organizing, and annotating your research references. It is available for both PC and Mac and installed on your local computer. NYU has a university-wide license to the software, which you can download at no charge. Many databases allow you to directly export references into EndNote and you can organize your references into various “libraries.” As you write papers, EndNote automatically formats in-text references/endnotes/footnotes and bibliographies according to your selected style (APA, MLA, and hundreds more). NYU also has a university-wide license to EndNoteWeb, which is a web-based counterpart to EndNote. EndNoteWeb has most of the same functionality as EndNote and references can easily be copied back and forth between the two programs.