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Google Scholar: EndNote

Tips for using Google Scholar, including how to find articles, test instruments, patents, cited references, and grey literature, set up email alerts, and export citations to EndNote.

Export Citations from Google Scholar

1) Go to Google Scholar ( and click on Scholar Preferences.

2)  In the Bibliography Manager field at the bottom, select the second radio button and in the drop down menu select EndNote. Then click the Save Preferences button in the lower left corner of the page.

3) Run a search and then click on the Import into EndNote link below a citation.

4) Firefox users, select the radio button next to Open with and on the same line, in the drop-down menu, select the EndNote program if it does already appear. Then click the OK button. Internet Explorer users, just click Open.

You should then see the citation in your EndNote library.

Don't forget that you can set your Scholar Preferences in Google Scholar to allow you to see whether or not an article is available in full text at Lister Hill Library. To learn how, click here.

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