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EndNote Web: Google Scholar and Citation Tools

The basics of using EndNote Web to manage and save citations and references.

Import Scholar References to EndNote Web

Note: Scholar importing to EndNote Web works best if you have the EndNote IE or Firefox plugins installed. The Internet Explorer plugins are installed in the computer labs on campus. See the EndNote Web help site for assistance in installing the plugins. If you do not have the plugins installed, you will need to download each citations in a separate file, and upload each file to EndNote Web using the EndNote format filter. (Please see Rebecca Hedreen for help if needed.)

You can set Google Scholar to give you links to export citations into EndNote Web (and other citation managers). Whatever information Google Scholar has on the citation will be imported. 

Under Scholar Settings (upper right), select Endnote under Bibliographic Manager.

Be sure to Save.

On this page you can also change the default search, results per page, how links open, and get to language and library linking preferences.

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