Endnote: Import references from Google Scholar

27 09 2008

Endnote itself offers a huge collection of databases & catalogues, but should you still be looking for more sources, then maybe you can check out Google Scholar.

In order te import references from Google Scholar into Endnote, you need to tweak the Scholar settings a little. Here’s how:

  • First, navigate to http://scholar.google.com en enter a search string.
  • On top of your screen, click on Scholar Preferences.

Pas eerste de scholar settings aan

  • In the Bibliography manager section (right at the bottom of the list) select Endnote in the pulldown menu. Don’t forget to click on . Selecteer daar in het uitklapmenu Endnote en klik rechts onderaan vervolgens op save preferences.

Selecteer Endnote in het uitklapmenu

  • Each search result can now be imported into Endnote X (and higher)!
en je bent klaar om te importeren

en je bent klaar om te importeren




One response

13 02 2011

Leuke site!. Er zijn nog weinig goede sites over dit onderwerp te vinden.
Ben blij met jullie toevoeging!
Ik kan helaas geen bookmark aanmaken naar faph.wordpress.com in Firefox. 😦 Weten jullie hoe dit komt?

Groetjes Barbara

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