EndNote allows you to collect references from many different databases and keep them in one place to be used when writing your assignments. Much of this is done electronically by importing references automatically into EndNote from each service (including Google Scholar), although a certain amount of editing may still be needed.
EndNote can then be used to build a bibliography in a variety of output styles including APA 6, MLA, Vancouver and Oscola. Use the plug-in Cite while you write integrated into Microsoft Office, to format in-text citations in your work and have your Reference List built at the same time according to the style you choose.
Note: EndNote can also produce free-standing bibliographies which can be added to documents – useful for reading lists, publication lists and bibliographies.