February 18, 2008

JSTOR: Importing references

Note: if you want to save more than one reference at a time in JSTOR, you will need to register for MyJSTOR. You will be prompted to do this as part of the instructions below.

Stage 1: Saving references in JSTOR

  1. Do your search in JSTOR as normal.
  2. Mark the references you want to keep by ticking the box next to each one.
  3. Click the Saved Citations button.
  4. At this point, you will need to login to your MyJSTOR account. If you don't have an account, you can register for one.
  5. Once you have signed in, click on (n) Saved Citations. This is in the top right hand corner, just below your name.
  6. Select the references you want to add to you EndNote Web account by ticking them (or click on Select/Unselect all).
  7. Select the option EndNote, ProCite, or Reference Manager (download RIS file).
  8. When prompted, select Save to Disk and click OK.
  9. You can now save the file as normal, but make sure the Save as type box is set to RIS Formatted.

Stage 2: Importing the references into EndNote Web

  1. Log in to your EndNote Web account.
  2. Click on Collect then Import References.
  3. Click the Browse button and find and select the file you have just saved.
  4. Click on Filter and select RefMan RIS from the drop-down list.
  5. Click on To and select the group you want to send the references to
  6. Click on Import.

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