1 Endnote Web is web- based, unlike Endnote, which needs to be installed on your computer. Endnote Web enables you to create a personal set of references, called a library, and use this library to cite and automatically format references in a Word document. It does not have the full functionality of either Endnote or Reference Manager, which makes it less appropriate for advanced users. Access to Endnote Web Endnote Web is available to UCL staff and students. To set up an EndNote Web account, open your EndNote Library and click on the Sync button in the Library toolbar: Click on the Sign Up button to create an EndNote Web account. Once you have created an Endnote Web account, you can sync it with your EndNote Library. Your EndNote Web account can be accessed by logging on to the Endnote Web website (www.myendnoteweb.com). Add References to Your Library Click on the Collect tab to start adding references to your Endnote Web library Enter a Manual Reference Click on New Reference to enter a reference manually Select the type of publication that you are referencing from the Reference Type drop- down menu (at the top of the form) Type details of your selected publication into the available fields If you have the associated full- text document and wish to attach it to the record, click on Attachments and Attach Files, then browse for the full- text document on your computer Click on
2 Download References from Online Sources Import References from Web of Science References can be imported directly from Web of Science: Tick the references that you want to export and select Save to EndNote online from the drop- down menu. If you wish to export the abstract, select that option from the drop- down menu and then click on Send The references will automatically transfer to your Endnote Web library. Go to Endnote Web and click on the My References tab to view them. To import references from other databases, such as PubMed or Embase, there are 2 steps needed: 1. In the relevant database (e.g. PubMed), create a file containing the references that you want to import into EndnoteWeb 2. Go to EndnoteWeb and click on Import References to download the references into Endnote Web Import References from PubMed Step 1: To import references from PubMed, go to Conduct a search by typing keywords into the search box and clicking on Search Click in the boxes next to any results you wish to import into Endnote Web (alternatively, if you do not select any results, the entire results list will be imported Select Citation manager from the Send to menu (above the list of results). Click on Create File. Save the file.
3 Step 2: To import the PubMed file into Endnote Web Go to Endnote Web and click on the Collect tab Select Import References Complete the 3 options: File: browse for the text file of PubMed results that you previously saved Import Option: click on the drop- down menu and select PubMed (NLM) To: select [unfiled] (or select one of your groups if you have already created some) Click on (The references should transfer to your Endnote Web library.) Click on the My References tab to view the imported references Import References from Other Databases: CINAHL Plus and IBSS Direct export Cochrane Library Explore (UCL library catalogue and online resources) Direct export Use direct export function. Click on the folder icon for each reference you wish to keep. Click on, at the top of the screen, to view the items in your folder. Select all items in your folder by checking the Select / deselect all box. Click on Export. From the next page, ensure Direct Export to Endnote Web is selected and click on Save. Mark the references you wish to save and click on Export selected (at the bottom of the screen). Choose whether to save just the citation or the citation and abstract, and choose the PC file type if using a PC. Click on Export Citation. Save the results as a text file (.txt). From EndNote Web, follow the above instructions for importing references from PubMed, but use the Import Option Cochrane Library (Wiley). Conduct a search, then select the relevant results within Explore by clicking on the next to each result you wish to transfer to Endnote. Click on e- Shelf towards the top right of the screen. Tick the check boxes next to the results that you wish to export to Endnote Web. Click on the Select how to save drop down menu, which is above the results to the right. Select Push to EndnoteWeb and click on Go.
4 NHS Evidence Databases (AMED, BNI, CINAHL, EMBASE, Health Business Elite, HMIC, MEDLINE, PsycINFO) OvidSP Databases (AMED, EMBASE, HMIC, MEDLINE, PsycINFO) SCOPUS SFX Mark the references you wish to save. Scroll down to the table at the bottom of the screen. In the Output Format column select RIS. Click on Save results. Save the file. From EndNote Web, follow the above instructions for importing references from PubMed, but use the Import Option Reference Manager (RIS). Mark the references you wish to save. At the top of the screen, click on Export. Select EndNote from the drop- down Export Citation List menu. Choose which fields you want to export and then click on Export Citation(s). Save the file. From EndNote Web, follow the above instructions for importing references from PubMed, but use the relevant Import Option for the database you are searching, e.g. Embase (OvidSP). Tick the boxes next to the articles you want to export. From the menu near the top of the screen, click on Export. Select RIS format as the export format. Choose which fields to output, and click on Export. Save the file. From EndNote Web, follow the above instructions for importing references from PubMed, but use the Import Option Scopus. At the bottom of the SFX window, click on Go next to Download Citation to Reference Manager / EndNote. Save the file. From EndNote Web, follow the above instructions for importing references from PubMed, but use the Import Option Reference Manager (RIS). WARNING! Some references do not export correctly from SFX.
5 Organise the References in Your Endnote Web Library Delete References Click on the My References tab Select the references you wish to delete by clicking in the box next to each reference Click on (above the results list) Group Your References To create a new group: Click on the My References tab Tick the box next to any reference you wish to add to the new group Click on the arrow to view the drop- down menu Select New group, give the new group a name and click on To add more references to the new group, tick them, then click on the down menu and select the name of the new group that you have just created. The marked references will move to the new group. drop- You can rename or delete groups by clicking on the Organize tab and then selecting Manage My Groups Find and Delete Duplicate References To find any duplicate references in your Endnote Web library: Click on the Organize tab Select Find Duplicates Click on to remove duplicate references (the references that are marked with a tick will be removed). Insert Your References into a Word Document In order to use Endnote Web with Microsoft Word, you need to install a plug- in: In Endnote Web, select the Format tab Select Cite While You Write Plug- in Follow the installation instructions to download the plug- in to either a Windows or Macintosh computer This will install an Endnote Web tab (or toolbar for Word 2003 or earlier versions) into Microsoft Word. Warning! Do not install this plug- in if you are already using Endnote on your computer. If you are already using Endnote, you can sync your Endnote Web references with your Endnote Library. Then use the Endnote tab (or toolbar) in Word to insert them into a Word document.
6 Insert a Citation In your Word document, place your cursor at the place where you wish to insert a citation. Click on the Insert Citations icon to search for one or more references. Type a keyword, date, or author name into the search box and click on Find. Select the reference you wish to insert as a citation (hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard to select more than one reference). Click on Insert. A citation will be inserted into your Word document. The complete reference will be listed at the end of your document. Select a Style for Your Citations and References Use the style drop- down menu to select the citation style you require. Common styles such as Harvard, Vancouver or APA are available, as well as the styles required by many journals. Warning! Do not amend or delete Endnote Web citations or references in the Word document manually as this may stop them from formatting correctly. Use the toolbar options: Edit a Citation Click on the citation you wish to amend. Click on the Edit Citation(s) icon. Click on the Edit Reference drop down menu next to the reference you wish to edit Click on Insert Citation if you wish to add an additional reference into the citation, or remove a reference by clicking on the reference in the left hand pane and clicking on Remove Citation. Edit a Reference To edit text within a reference, go back to Endnote Web and edit the reference in Endnote Web (click on the title of the reference to edit the text). Once you have edited a reference in Endnote Web, that reference will automatically be updated with the changes in your Word document. (Click on Update Citations and Bibliography if the change is not automatic.)
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