- ACLS Humanities E-Book
- Engineering Village (GeoBASE & GeoRef)
- Gale databases
- Google Scholar
- Medline on PubMed
- Web of Science
- Wiley Interscience
Whenever you download references into your EndNote library make sure you check that the new references have moved across correctly before merging them with your existing library.
Sometimes there are known problems with the different releases of EndNote software. The EndNote website provides updates to correct these.
- When you have completed a search look at your Search Results list.
- Copy the Title, Author and Publication Info. details for each reference you wish to place in your EndNote library. These are the only fields available.
- Paste the details into a text document. Notepad works well.
- Leave a blank line in between each book entry.
- When you have finished your list save the list as a text document (.txt).
- Launch EndNote.
- Import your text file using the ACLS Humanities E-Book filter. If this is not installed on your machine, download a copy from the UNE Filters page.
To download a record from AustLit:
- Perform a search in AustLit.
- Click in the check box next to the record or records you wish to download.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Click in the Marked check box under Select Works.
- Select EndNote using the drop-down menu under Export/Format On Screen As
- Click on the Go button.
- When prompted, click on Open.
- Your EndNote software will be opened and you can choose the library where you wish to save the references.
- When prompted choose the Austlit filter. If this is not installed on your machine, it is available from the UNE Filters page.
- Put the references you wish to export into the Folder (by clicking add to folder underneath each citation).
- Click Folder. It should now contain the references you wish to export.
- Click in the check box beside each item you wish to export.
- Click on the Export icon above the list.
- Click in the radio button next to the words direct export to endnote.
- Click Save.
- Nominate the library where you wish to put your downloaded references when prompted.
Before you can download citations from the Emerald database, you need to register and create an Emerald profile. Once you have done this, you are able to save your references to a marked list and then download them as an ASCI file. From there you go to EndNote and import the list using the Emerald filter provided.
- Run your search.
- Click in the check boxes next to records of interest.
- Click on Download.
- Click in the radio button next to RIS, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager.
- Click on the Download button.
- Click on Open to load the file into EndNote or click on Save to download the file to your Desktop.
- Perform a search in Gale.
- Click in the Mark check box next to records you wish to import into EndNote. When you click in the Mark check box next to a record, a new menu item appears at the top of the Gale window. This is Marked Items:
- Click on the Marked Items link and then click on Citation Tools icon:
Citation Tools Icon
- Scroll down to Export to third party software options.
- Click on the EndNote radio button before clicking on the Export button:
Citation Export Options
- Click on the Open button. If EndNote is not open, the software will start up and prompt you for the appropriate library. Otherwise, EndNote will insert the citation into the current library.
- A special filter is not needed to import records from Google Scholar.
- Go to Google Scholar.
- Click on the cog icon beside the Google Sign in (top right of the screen.)
- Select Scholar Preferences
- When the Preferences window opens, scroll down to Bibliography Manager and click on the radio button Show links to import citations into.
- Use the drop-down menu to choose EndNote. If you are using EndNote X there is a problem with the filter supplied with the software. Use the drop-down menu to select RefMan instead of EndNote.
- Click on the Save Preferences button.
- Now when you do a search, you will see a link Import into EndNote or Import into RefMan after each reference.
- Click on this link when you wish to save a reference to EndNote.
- Then click on Open when the File Download dialogue box appears.
- You will be asked to choose your EndNote library and then the reference will be imported.
- You will need to reset your preferences each time you use Google Scholar.
Direct export works well with some Informit databases and poorly with others. You will need to check and edit your references once they are in your EndNote library.
- When searching the database, check the boxes beside the records which you wish to download to EndNote.
- Click on the Save icon at the top of the list of results.
- This will display the Save Records screen. Note that you can download a maximum of 200 records at a time.
- Under Output Format, use the drop-down menu to select EndNote Direct. The screen should now look something like this:
- Now click on the Save Records button. You will be prompted to select an EndNote library. Choose your library and the references will be directly imported.
- Run your search on PubMed.
- Mark the records you wish to download by clicking in the check box next to the article summaries.
- Click on the Send to menu.
- Click on the File radio button.
- Choose MEDLINE from the pull-down menu which appears.
- Click on the Create File button.
- When prompted, Save the file to your desktop. By default, PubMed will save the file as a text document, which can be imported into EndNote.
- Open your EndNote library and click on the Import icon. When importing the records use the MEDLINE filter which comes with EndNote.
Note: CSA databases are now accessed via ProQuest.
- Tick the boxes next to the references that you wish to export.
- Note that you can download a maximum of 200 records at a time.
- When you have finished making your choices, click on the Export link immediately above your list of results.
- Use the pull-down choice to Export to: ProCite, EndNote or Reference Manager.
- Click on Continue and Open.
- You may be asked which program to use to open the file. Usually your EndNote program will open automatically and your references will be directly imported into your EndNote Library.
- Remember to check that your references are accurate.
Exporting to EndNote is possible only when searching full-text journals in Psychiatry Online.
- Go to the Journals Advanced Search page.
- Run your search.
- Click in the check boxes next to any article summaries of interest.
- Click the download to citation manager radio button.
- Click on Go.
- Click on Download ALL selected Citations to Citation Manager.
- Click on EndNote.
- Click on the Open button to open the file using EndNote or click on Save to download the file to your desktop and later import it into EndNote.
- When you have performed your search, place your mouse cursor on a reference to bring up the Save this item icon.
- Click on Save this item to add the reference to your Saved Items.
- When you have finished saving references, go to the Saved Items icon at the bottom of the screen. Click on the Saved Items link to display the saved references. The references will be in Reference Manager (RIS) format.
- Click on the EndNote tab.
- Save the Saved Items file to your hard drive.
- Open your EndNote library.
- Click on the Import icon.
- Choose the Saved Items file.
- Change the Import Option to Reference Manager (RIS).
- Click on Import.
- The Saved Items will be added to your EndNote library.
If you have EndNote open when downloading the Saved Items file, EndNote will prompt you to Open or Save the file. If you Open the file your references will move into your EndNote library straight away.
- When you have performed your search, mark each record in which you are interested by ticking the box.
- Click on the Submit button to add the marked records to the Marked List.
- Click on the Marked List button and you will see a list of your selected articles.
- At the top of this screen is a box where you specify your Output Options:
- Under Step 1 you must select the fields to include in the output (the fields that will appear in your references).
- Be sure to tick the boxes next to Author(s), Title and Source.
- You can choose to tick any of the other boxes if you wish. It would be worthwhile for you to tick the Keywords and Abstract boxes as a minimum.
- Now look at Step 2. Select an option. Click on the Export to Reference Software button.
- Your EndNote software will open up if it is not already open.
- Select the library you want to use and the references will be imported immediately.
Download your references and import them using a filter
- This method is appropriate if you are working on a computer that does not have EndNote installed.
- Save your marked records onto a USB key or disk by clicking on the Save to File button.
- Use Field Tagged, the default output format, and click on Save.
- Later you can import your saved file of references into EndNote using ISI-CE, one of the standard import options.
Exporting files using a Macintosh
- If you are using Safari, the record file automatically goes into your Download folder. Go to the download folder either on the Doc or in the Finder window, drag the file and drop it on the EndNote program icon. Select the library when prompted and the file should appear in the library.
- If you see a box Opening uml_view.cgi appear, you can choose to open it with the application EndNote.
- Another workaround is to save the file (uml_view.cgi) to your computer, then go to EndNote, choose File>Import, locate the downloaded file, and open it after ensuring that the Import Option is set to Multi-Filter (Special).
- Mark the citations you wish to export (you can also click Download Citation on the page of a specific article).
- Click Download selected citations at the bottom of the Wiley screen.
- On the Choose export option screen: select Format: EndNote; Export Type: Citation & Abstract ; File Type: PC, Mac etc.
- Click Go.
- Select Open in the task window, select your EndNote library, and your citation and abstract will be downloaded directly.
- Note: If you wish to attach the selected article(s), you will need to download them separately to your computer, then Right Click File Attachments within your EndNote entry for the reference and locate your downloaded article to place the article in your EndNote data file.