EndNote Export is a process which facilitates the transfer of references from Internet resources directly into EndNote.
For Queensland Health staff, these resources include the databases available via CKN, including MEDLINE, PsycInfo, CINAHL and Embase. It is also possible to export citations directly out of free databases, such as PubMed.
The usual process is to:
You will also find that most journal web sites provide a method for direct export of single citations.
Google Scholar results can be downloaded to EndNote individually by clicking the cite marks under each record and then selecting the EndNote link at the bottom of the Cite window.
You can also download a list of results at once by adding items to your library. To do this:
There are times when you will not be able to import a citation into EndNote and will therefore need to manually enter the required data. Follow these instructions to add a manual reference to EndNote:
The single most important message to take away from the instructions is to select the type of reference (journal article, book chapter, web site, etc.) before you start entering the data. Not selecting the correct type of reference will affect the output of your reference. You don't need to enter information into all of the fields - just enough to describe the resource.