Endnote Online is a free resource that can be used to create and manage citations for all your research projects. To get started, go to https://access.clarivate.com/#/login?app=endnote and register for a free account!
Like many other citation management tools, Endnote Online allows you to create new references manually. This allows for maximum flexibility because you can include references beyond just books and articles, such as reports, maps, films, government documents, web pages, etc. To create a reference manually, click on COLLECT → NEW REFERENCE. Choose your REFERENCE TYPE using the drop-down menu, and then fill out the form with as much information as you can.
If you are doing research using the Library's Web of Science database, you can add references directly from your search results to your EndNote Online library.
Try this now! Go to the Library Databases, choose Web of Science Core Collection. Type a few words describing your topic and click SEARCH.
Click the box next to a record. Then click SAVE TO ENDNOTE ONLINE. This will open a SEND TO MY.ENDNOTE.COM dialog box showing how many records are selected. Use the RECORD CONTENT drop-down menu to choose how the records will be added to your EndNote Online library. Click SEND. When the page refreshes, there will be an "EN" icon next to records that were added to your EndNote Online library.
If you are doing research using the Library's EBSCO databases, you can directly export your citations to Endnote Online.
Try this now! Go to the Library Databases, choose Academic Search Premier or another of our 20+ EBSCO databaseS, such as Business Source Premier, ERIC, or PsycINFO. Type a few words describing your topic and click SEARCH. Click on a title of interest to you. In the menu on the right, click on EXPORT → DIRECT EXPORT TO ENDNOTE WEB → SAVE.
If you are doing research using the Library's Proquest databases, you can save a reference in Endnote Online using this two-step process:
1. In the menu on the right, click SAVE and choose RIS (WORKS WITH ENDNOTE...). Then click CONTINUE. This will download an RIS file to your computer.
2. Using Endnote Online, click COLLECT → IMPORT REFERENCES. Click FILE and select the RIS file you downloaded from Proquest. For IMPORT OPTION, choose PROQUEST. For TO, if you do not want to select a group of references, just choose [UNFILED].
Using Google Scholar, you can easily save your references in Endnote Online using this two-step process.
Using Google Books, you can easily save your references in Endnote Online using this two-step process.
To create a Bibliography, Works Cited, or References that you can copy and paste into your research project, follow these steps.