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EndNote

How to use EndNote (for PC and Mac) to organize citations, format papers and create references and bibliographies.

Direct Export from Library Databases

Many databases allow you to directly export citations into EndNote. In most cases, you will need to mark citations, then look for a "print/save/export" link.

Here are some examples of what this link looks like in different interfaces:


ProQuest

  1. Select your records that you want to export
  2. Choose "More" menu button
  3. Select "RIS (works with EndNote, Citavi, etc.)"

Screen capture of a record from ProQuest with arrows indicating the directions for exporting a selection of citation(s) to EndNote.


EBSCO

From the item you'd like to export, choose the "Export" button.

Screen capture of a record from EBSCO with arrows indicating the directions for exporting a selection of citation(s) to EndNote.


JSTOR

  1. Select the citation(s) you'd like to export.
  2. Click on the "Export Selected Citations" button.

Screen capture of a record from JSTOR with arrows indicating the directions for exporting a selection of citation(s) to EndNote.


PUBMED

  1. After selecting the records you'd like to export, click "Send to:"
  2. Then choose "Citation manager"