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EndNote 20

Google Scholar

To import citation records directly from Google Scholar:

  1. Perform your search.
  2. Select the Cite quotation mark " at the bottom of a record in the search result list.
  3. Select the option to import into EndNote.
  4. If prompted by a Save As <scholar.enw> dialog, select OK, then open the saved file from its location. Other browsers may display an <Open with> option. If prompted, select EndNote and then OK.
  5. If asked, select your EndNote 20 library and select Open.
  6. Highlight some of the newly imported references and click of the Reference Tab on the Tabs panel, to ensure that the information has been transferred correctly.

Note - Only one reference can be exported at a time from Google Scholar, unlike the Library's other databases and full-text e-journals, all of which enable multiple references to be exported in a single transaction.

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