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October 14, 2008

Project Muse: importing references into EndNote Web

If you want to import references from Project Muse into your EndNote Web account, here's how to do it.

Stage One: saving references in Project Muse

  1. Do your search as normal.
  2. Mark the references you want to keep by ticking the box to the left hand side.
  3. Click on the Save Marked Results button towards the top of the screen. A message confirms the references have been saved.
  4. Click on the orange View Saved Results button on the right hand side of the screen.
  5. In the grey bar marked Export marked results to: select EndNote.
  6. Click on the Export button.
  7. Save the file as normal when prompted.

Stage Two: importing references into EndNote Web

  1. In EndNote Web, click on the Collect tab.
  2. Click on Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and find the file you have just saved in Project Muse.
  4. Click on the Filter drop-down menu and select RefMan RIS.
  5. Click on the To drop-down menu to select the group where you want the references stored.
  6. Click on the Import button.

September 25, 2008

Importing references from Google Scholar

If you use Google Scholar as part of your research, it is possible to import references into your EndNote Web account, although this has to be done separately for each individual reference you want to keep.

Setting up Google Scholar for EndNote Web

Before you can save references from Google Scholar, you need to do the following:

  1. Go to Google Scholar.
  2. Click on Scholar Preferences (to the right of the Search box).
  3. In the Bibliography Manager section at the bottom of the screen, select EndNote from the drop down menu labelled Show links to import citations into.
  4. Click the Save Preferences button.

You should not need to do this process each time you want to save references from Google Scholar.

Saving references in Google Scholar

  1. Do your search as normal.
  2. Beneath the information for the item, click the link Import to EndNote.
  3. Save the file as normal. Make sure the File Type is set to EndNote Import File.

Importing references into EndNote Web

  1. Log-in to your EndNote Web account.
  2. Click on the Collect tab.
  3. Click the Import References link.
  4. From the Filter drop-down menu, select EndNote Import.
  5. From the To drop-down menu, select the group that ypu want to send  the reference to.
  6. Click the Import button. Your reference will be added to your EndNote Web account.

September 22, 2008

Importing references from InformaWorld

If you want to import references from the InformaWorld collection or any Taylor & Francis journal, here's how to do it.

Stage 1: Saving references in InformaWorld

Note: If you have Zotero installed on your computer, you may need to disable it before carrying out Stage 1, otherwise these instructions may not work. Click here for information on how to disable Zotero.

  1. Do your search as normal.
  2. Mark the references you want to keep by ticking the box to the left of the title.
  3. Go to the drop down menu labelled Choose an Action  (in the grey bar at the top of the screen) and select Download Citation.
  4. Click the Go button.
  5. On the next screen, from the drop-down menu labelled Choose a Format, select EndNote Direct Export.
  6. From the section labelled Choose Delivery Method, select Download file.
  7. Click on the Go button.
  8. A standard Save box appears. give the file a name and save it as normal. Make sure the Save as box is set to ENW File.

Stage 2: Importing your references into EndNote Web

  1. Log in to your EndNote Web account as normal.
  2. Click on the Collect tab.
  3. Click on the Import References option.
  4. Click on the Browse button and find the file you have just saved.
  5. Click on the Filter drop down menu and select EndNote Import.
  6. Click on the To drop down menu and select the group where you want the references sent to.
  7. Click the Import button.

August 29, 2008

IngentaConnect – importing references to your EndNote Web account

Note: To import references from IngentaConnect into your EndNote Web account, you need to do the following:

Stage One: Saving references in IngentaConnect

  1. Do your search in IngentaConnect as normal.
  2. Click on Export options on the right of the screen.
  3. Select Plain text from the list which appears.
  4. A new window opens containing the references you found.
  5. In your web browser click File > Save as (or Save Page As in Firefox).
  6. When the Save box appears, save the file as normal. Make sure that the File Type option is set to Text File (*.txt).
  7. Click on the Save button.

Note: this will save all the references you found in your search, not just ones you have marked as relevant. For this reason, it is recommended that you import your references into a specific folder in Stage Two. This will make it easier for you to view the references and delete any you do not want to keep.

Stage 2: Importing references into EndNote Web

  1. In your EndNote Web account, click on the Collect tab.
  2. Select Import References.
  3. From the Filter drop-down menu, select IngentaConnect.
  4. Select the group you want to put the references into (see note above)
  5. Click the Import button.

August 11, 2008

Cambridge Journals Online: importing references

To import references from the Cambridge Journals Online service into EndNote Web, you need to do the following:

Stage One: saving the references in Cambridge Journals Online

  1. Mark the references you want to keep by clicking the tick box to the right of the reference.
  2. Click the Export Citation(s) button towards the top of the screen.
  3. Under Choose file format: select EndNote
  4. Click the Download button at the bottom of the screen and save the file as normal. Make sure the Save as type option is set to ENW File.

Stage Two: importing the saved references into EndNote Web

  1. Click the Collect tab and select Import References.
  2. Click on the Browse button and find the file you have just saved.
  3. From the Filter drop-down menu, select EndNote Import.
  4. From the To: box select the group you want to add the references to.
  5. Click the Import button.

June 12, 2008

CNKI Chinese Academic Journals: how to import references


If you use the CNKI Chinese Academic Journals database for your research, you can now import your references into EndNote Web using the following steps:

Stage One: Saving your referemce in CNKI

  1. Access CNKI and do your search as normal.
  2. Tick the box to the left of the items you want to save.
  3. Click on the Save button.
  4. In the box which appears click to save the output as RefWorks.

Stage Two: Importing your references into EndNote Web

  1. Click on the Collect tab.
  2. Select Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and find the file you have just saved.
  4. From the Filters list, select CNKI.
  5. Click the Import button.


May 29, 2008

Zotero and EndNote Web

If you use the Zotero plug-in for Firefox, you can still import the files into your EndNote Web account.

Saving your references in Zotero

  1. Click on the Actions icon in Zotero.
  2. Select Export Library.
  3. From the Format drop-down menu, select RIS.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Save the file as normal.

Importing your references into EndNote Web

  1. Click on the Collect tab.
  2. Click on Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and find the file you saved in Zotero.
  4. From the Filter drop down menu, select RefMan RIS.
  5. Click the Import button.

Thanks to Sophie Gamwell for this useful tip.


May 13, 2008

Importing references from Medline

If you want to add records from a Medline search into your EndNote Web account, there are two ways to do it:

Method 1.

  1. Do your search as normal.
  2. View and mark some of the references you would like to keep by ticking the boxes to the left of each reference.
  3. In the Results Manager box at the bottom of the screen, choose the Selected Results option.
  4. In the  Results Manager select Direct Export as the Result Format.
  5. Click on the Save option.
  6. Select the Endnote option
  7. After a slight wait, you see a mesage saying that your references have been successfully exported to Endnote Web
  8. Login into your Endnote web account. The references you ahve just exported will be in the Unfiled group.
  9. Move the references into your preferred group.

Method 2.

Stage One: Saving the references in Medline

  1. Do your search as normal.
  2. View and mark some of the references you would like to keep by ticking the boxes to the left of each reference.
  3. In the Results Manager box at the bottom of the page, choose the Selected Results option.
  4. In the  Results Manager select Reprint/Medlars as the Result Format.
  5. Click on the Save option.
  6. Select Unix style line feeds and click Continue.
  7. Select Save file to disk and save the file as normal. Important: make sure you save it as a text (.txt) file.

Stage Two: Importing the references into EndNote Web

  1. Click on the Collect tab.
  2. Click on Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and find and select the file you have just saved.
  4. From the Filter drop-down menu, select Medline (OvidSP)
  5. Click the Import button.

April 15, 2008

Sage Online – importing references

If you do a search on the Sage Online Collection and want to import the references you find, you need to do the following two stages.

Stage One: Saving the references in Sage Online

  1. Do you search on Sage Online as normal.
  2. From your list of results, tick the Check item box for each reference you want to keep.
  3. Click the red Add to My Marked Citations box on the right hand side of the screen.
  4. Select the option Email/Download/Save/Print My Marked Citations and click Go.
  5. Click the Export/Download to Citation Manager button.
  6. Click on the EndNote option.
  7. Select Save to Disk and save the file as normal.

Stage Two: importing the references into EndNote Web

  1. Log into your EndNote Web account.
  2. Click the References tab and select Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and select the file you saved from Sage Online.
  4. From the Filter drop-down menu, select EndNote Import.
  5. From the To drop-down menu, select the group you want the references sent to.
  6. Click the Import button.

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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