Building your EndNote 20 library of source materials is easy, and there are a number of methods you can use:
Manual entries require you to methodically enter bibliographic details, which combine to create a citation. This can be time-consuming, however it allows you to add greater levels of detail and finesse your sources, when compared to importing from digital resources.
Direct imports allows you to import single or bulk citation data from a range of online resources. These include the ANU Library's SuperSearch, full-text e-journals, databases, and Google Scholar.
PDF imports allow you to create citations using the bibliographic metadata embedded within a PDF. Most commonly, you'll employ this method to quickly and simply create citations from full text journal articles.
Online search allows you to connect directly into a variety of institutional catalogues and digital resources to import citations and bibliographic data.