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Steps for exporting

Flowchart for exporting. 1. Add to list. 2.Export/save/download. 3. Choose file format (RIS).

LightbulbSome databases require you to access a folder to view the option to Export, Save or Download references. Others will show the link at the top of the results list.

Downloading records from One Search

Direct export from PubMed

This video created by Drexel University Library shows how to download results from PubMed to EndNote.

Direct export of Google Scholar records

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:

  1.  Go to Google Scholar and Sign in to your Google account
  2. Click the stars under each item to to be downloaded

    Screenshot of Google Scholar showing star under each item.
  3. Click on My Library to access the list of selected results
  4. Tick checkboxes to select items to download
  5. Click the Export button and choose EndNote‚Äč

    Screenshot of Google Scholar showing My Library.  My Library checkbox is ticked and the download arrow option chosen is Endnote.
  6. The file will then download so it can be opened in EndNote.

Downloading references on a Mac

Error message from Safari web browser.  If you try to open it from the Downloads area, you may get a message that your MAC doesn't know which application to open it with.

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