EndNote Instructions (Mac)

If these instructions don't work (and databases are changing constantly so that may easily happen), PLEASE email Kris MacPherson [macphers at stolaf.edu] or Charles Priore [priore at stolaf.edu] and let them know the details. Thank you.

Annual Reviews

updated 5 March 2012

  • Conduct your search.
  • Check boxes of titles you want; then use the "For checked reviews" dropdown to select "Download citation"
  • OR click on the title of an article to access the full record and click Download in citation bar above abstract.
  • In the Citation manager or file format field, click the EndNote option.
  • Make sure that the Enable quick import into citation manager box is checked.
  • Now click the button that says Download chapter metadata.
  • Choose Open with EndNote.... and click Okay
  • Citations will appear in your EN library.

AnthroSource

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • In database, select desired article. Only single articles can be imported into EndNote at a time.
  • Below the abstractr, click HTML Version and More Information. Your article will open in a new window.
  • In the right column, click Export Citation for This Article.
  • Select EndNote as the Format, Citation (or Citation and Abstract) as the Export Type.
  • Click Submit.
  • Select Open with EndNote.
  • Click OK and the citations will appear in your EN library.

ArtStor

updated 5 March 2012

  • In ArtStor, double click on thumbnail of image. Save to desktop using diskette icon. You will need to register to do this but it is a free account. You will probably want to change the download location and rename the file.
  • Open EndNote and under References select new reference.
  • Choose Artwork as a reference type.
  • You will need to fill in all the information.
  • Click on blue paper clip button to attach figure.
  • After figure is inserted, give it a name in the Caption field. This will be how it is labelled when you import it to a word document.
  • In Word, Click on the Insert Citation dropdown, and use the Find Figures button on Endnote toolbar to import.
  • Search for image by typing in the find field and hit insert.

Bibliography of Asian Studies

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • In BAS, for the citations you wish to import click on small box to the left of the item's record
  • At top of page, click on Selected to access saved items
  • Click on Export with RIS and open with EndNote

Bridge

verified 10 June 2010

Please click here for instructions.

Credo General Reference

updated 5 March 2012

Note: Before searching the database, open your Endnote Library.

In Firefox:

  • In database, check desired references by clicking Save next to each selection.
  • In the menu bar at the top of the page, click Saved Results.
  • Under Action, check Export to Endnote.
  • Click Go.
  • Choose open with Endnote and click on Okay.

In Endnote:

  • Your references will appear in your Endnote Library. However, they will be messy and need to be edited. We'll work on cleaning this up!

EBSCO

updated 5 March 2012

Before searching the database, open your Endnote Library.

In Firefox:

  • In database, click Add to Folder for desired selections.
  • Click Go to: Folder View
  • Check all selections.
  • Click the Export icon.
  • Select Direct Export in RIS format to Endnote, ProCite, CITAVI, or Reference Manager.
  • Click Save.
  • Important: In the box that appears, under the option Open with dropdown menu, choose Other...
  • Click on the Endnote icon and click on Okay.

GoogleScholar [http://scholar.google.com]

updated 5 March 2012

  • Go to GoogleScholar. Click on the Scholar Preferences link to the right of the Scholar search box.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the Scholar Preferences Page, and in the "Bibliographic Manager" section, check the option Show link to import citations into
  • Choose EndNote
  • Click the Save Preferences button
  • When you do a search you will note the Import into EndNote link under the entry. Click it.
  • Choose Open with EndNote...
  • Reference will import on its own

JSTOR

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • Conduct your search. Then select the records you want.
  • Click Export citation.
  • Where it now says Select a format click the hyperlink that says RIS File.
  • Click on Open with EndNote.

OCLC (WorldCat)

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • Mark selections.
  • Click the export button above the results.
  • Choose if you want all the citations or just those marked.
  • Choose EndNote
  • Click export
  • Click Open with EndNote
  • When prompted to choose a filter, click on WorldCat (OCLC).
  • Your items will come in to your EndNote library.

Proquest

updated 27 September 2012

  • In database, tag desired items.
  • Hover cursor over Export/Save.
  • Choose Export directly to Procite, EndNote or Reference Manager.
  • (Internet browers occasionally block Proquest exports as pop-ups. If a block occurs, simply Enable Proquest pop-ups.)
  • A box will appear asking which program to open the export with. Choose Options and EndNote.

SciFinder Scholar

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • In desired database, tag selected references.
  • Click on Export and choose citation export format (.ris).
  • Open with EndNote

Web of Science/Web of Knowledge

updated 5 March 2012

In Firefox:

  • In database, tag desired references and click Save to EndNote.
  • Choose Open with EndNote.