When EndNote is installed, so too are a large number of filters, styles and connection files.
Filters translate information from databases into the correct format for EndNote; styles govern the final appearance of your formatted bibliography; connection files allow you to search a database directly through EndNote.
As well as the default files that come with your EndNote installation, there are several that have been developed specifically for use at the University of Canterbury. These files are automatically available when using EndNote on the Campus network. If you want to use EndNote on a computer that is not connected to the campus network, you will need to install these files.
The Library provides some modified and additional Filters, Connection files, and Styles which are useful for this University. What are Styles, Filters and Connections? An example of a connector you may want is one that allows direct, although limited, searching of the UC Library Catalogue (this connector is called U Canterbury.enz).
Once EndNote is loaded you will need to copy these files to your laptop or PC.