Part 4: More databases

Part 1: Create a reference library – Part 2: Endnote in Word (PC) – Part 3: Endnote in Word (Mac) – Part 5: Tips and tricks – Home: Endnote X9 guide

Web of Science

Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database including citation indexing.

  1. Conduct a search in Web of Science.
  2. Select references to import.
  3. Choose Save to EndNote desktop.
  4. A window will appear, select Full Record and click on Send.

What happens next depends on your web browser:​

  • Microsoft Edge (PC): The references will be imported to Endnote automatically.
  • Mozilla Firefox (PC and Mac): The references will be imported to Endnote automatically.
  • Any other browser (for example Chrome or Safari):
    • Download the file.
    • In Endnote, go to File and Import.
    • Click on the downloaded file and choose Web of Science Core Collection (TR) in the Import Options list.

Libris

Libris is the Swedish national search service providing information on titles held by Swedish universities and research libraries, as well as many other public libraries. Here you find books, reports, dissertations etc.

  1. Conduct a search in Libris.
  2. Choose a reference by clicking on the title.
  3. Click on the button Cite.
  4. Choose .RIS in the dropdown menu after the heading Format.
  5. Click on Save as file.
  6. A popup window will appear.
    1. Choose Open with Endnote (in Edge or Firefox).
    2. Choose Save (in Chrome or Safari)and the file will end up in Downloads.
    3. Go back to Endnote. Import the file using the Reference Manager (RIS) import filter.

Ovid (PsycInfo, Medline and Global Health)

Ovid is a database interface providing access to:

  • PsycInfo, containing references (journal articles, book chapters, dissertations) in psychology, behavioral science, psychiatry and sociology.
  • Medline, the core database of Pubmed.​
  • Global Health, a comprehensive source of both community and international level research information on public health.

To import references from an Ovid database:

  1. Conduct a search in PsycInfo, Medline or Global Health.
  2. Select references and click on Export.
  3. Depending on your browser:
    1. In Edge and Firefox choose Endnote, Complete Reference and click on Export.
    2. In Chrome or Safari choose RIS, Complete Reference and click on Export. The file will end up in Downloads.
    3. Go back to Endnote. Import the file using the Reference Manager (RIS) import filter.

reSEARCH

In reSEARCH, the search box on the library's startpage, you can find almost all the material – printed books, e-books, articles and more – that is available via the library.

  1. Click on Create citation to the right and select RIS (ENDNOTE).
  2. Click on Download.
  3. Choose to open with Endnote.

Embase

Embase is a comprehensive biomedical database, including Emtree, specialized in pharmacology and toxicology.

  1. Conduct a search in Embase.
  2. Select references and click on Export.
  3. Choose RIS format (Mendeley, Endnote). Click on Export.
  4. Click on Download.
  5. Depending on your browser:
    1. In Edge, Firefox: A pop-up window will appear. Chose to open with Endnote.
    2. In Chrome, Safari: Click on download.
    3. In Endnote, go to File and Import... and select RefMan RIS.

Cinahl

If you need articles in the subjects of nursing, physical therapy and occupational therapy, use Cinahl.

  1. Conduct a search in Cinahl (Ebsco).

  2. In the results list, you can either export a specific reference by clicking on the title and then choose the button Export in the Tools list on the right-hand side of the screen or ...


    ... you can save multiple references by clicking on the blue icon with a plus sign, to the right of the reference in the results list...

    ... and then choose whether you want to export all or just some of them. You can find the references you have choosen by clicking on the Folder menu.

  3. When you have decided which references you want to export, select Export.

  4. The references are now exported to your Endnote library. Or (depending on your web browser) a file will be downloaded to your computer. If so, go to Endnote, go to File and Import... and select RefMan RIS.

SveMed+

SveMed+ is a bibliographic database that contains references to articles from Scandinavian journals in the disciplines of medicine, dentistry, health care, occupational therapy, nursing and physiotherapy. The database is produced by us, the University Library at KI.

  1. Conduct a search in SveMed+.
  2. Mark the references you want to export and click on the button Exportera.
  3. For the Export format, choose RIS and Exportera till EndNote and then click on the button Exportera.
  4. The references are now exported to your Endnote library. Or (depending on your web browser) a file will be downloaded to your computer. If so, go to Endnote, go to File and Import... and select RefMan RIS.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a simple tool to find references from many disciplines and sources.

  1. Go to the Google Scholar web page and conduct a search.
  2. In the results list, there is a cite symbol next to each reference, click on that.
  3. In the pop-up window, select the EndNote alternative.
  4. In Google Scholar, you can use Settings to select a bibliography manager. Set Endnote as your default reference manager and the option to export to Endnote will be dafult.

You may also import references in bulk by clicking on the Save iconand go to My library, select all references and click on Export.

To do this, you need to log in with a Google account.

Eric

In the database Eric, you will find references to literature in education, leadership and management.

  1. Conduct a search in Eric (ProQuest).
  2. Select references and click on Save.
  3. Choose RIS (works with EndNote, Citavi, et.).

4. Click on Continue.

5. Depending on your browser:

  • In Edge, Firefox: A pop-up window will appear. Chose to open with Endnote.
  • In Chrome, Safari: Click on Download.
  • In Endnote, go to File and Import... and select RefMan RIS.

WorldCat

WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services; excellent for finding books, ebooks, theses and dissertations.

  1. Conduct a search.
  2. Click on a specific item.
  3. Select Cite/Export and Export to EndNote / Reference Manager.
  4. In Endnote, go to File and Import... and select RefMan RIS.
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2019-09-27