More improvements to EndNote access

Brown’s EndNote subscription is now available to all faculty, regardless of “Clinical” status, and to all residents.

  • EndNote may be installed onto Brown-owned or personally-owned workstations only. It may not be installed on workstations owned by Lifespan, CNE, or any other business.
  • The subscription covers full-time faculty, staff, and graduate students. (Undergraduates are not eligible for access, but may purchase EndNote at a reduced rate at
  • VPN and Key Access are no longer required when off-campus. This means that hospital-based faculty should be able to download the program to their workstations without the issues of VPN and Key Access that we have faced in the past.
  • There are no simultaneous user limitations with the new subscription. (The former subscription was limited to 25 users at one-time.)

EndNote X7 is available for both Mac and Windows, and can be downloaded from the Software Catalog:

If you need training and assistance with EndNote or any other citation manager, please contact me. I am happy to visit faculty in offices or at the hospitals to answer questions and provide consultation, and I am also available to provide workshops and resource overviews for departments, research groups, residents, and more.

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