1 EndNote Introduction for Referencing and Citing EndNote Online Practical exercises Libraries, Research and Learning Resources September
2 Table of Contents Section Page no. Section 1: Introducing EndNote Online 3 Section 2: Registering to use EndNote Online 3 Section 3: Manually adding references 5 Section 4: Importing references from databases 5 Section 5: Importing details of web pages 8 Section 6: Managing references 9 Section 7: Linking to, attaching and viewing the full-text 12 Section 8: Creating a reference list 14 Section 9: Using EndNote Online with Word 2010 and Section 10: Syncing your EndNote Online and EndNote Desktop libraries 17 Section 11: Using EndNote Online after you have left the University 19 Section 12: Further information 19 Appendix: Downloading from commonly used databases: 20 2
3 Section 1: Introducing EndNote Online EndNote Online, previously known as EndNote Web, is accessible over the Internet as part of our subscription to Web of Science and our licence for EndNote Desktop You will need to register to set up an EndNote Online library No extra fee is required to use EndNote Online off campus You can save an unlimited number of references in EndNote Online A plugin is available to allow EndNote Online to interact with Word Most functions of EndNote Desktop are available in EndNote Online except that you are not able to edit styles, import filters or customise any settings It is possible to create folders or groups of references and you can choose to share folders with other users Section 2: Registering to use EndNote Online To access the full functionality of EndNote Online, you must register via EndNote Desktop. From a University of Nottingham PC: Click on the Start button Click on All Programs Click on EndNote Click on the EndNote icon Create a new desktop library or open an existing library Click on the sync icon Click on the sign up button Enter your address and then follow the instructions on screen to create a password. Fields marked with a * are required Please note the strict password guidelines: You should see a screen stating EndNote Registration is complete Click Sync If prompted, click Yes to creating a compressed library backup 3
4 Signing up via the Web of Science If you have already signed up for additional features and alerts in the Web of Science, by setting up a personal login (an address and password), the same login details will automatically allow you access to EndNote Basic via the web. If you wish to upgrade your EndNote Basic account to EndNote Online, which enables you to gain access to additional storage space, output styles and database filters, follow the instructions below: Open an existing, or create a new, EndNote Desktop library (see Section 2 above) Once in EndNote Desktop, click on Edit, in the top menu bar Click on Preferences Click on Sync Click on the Enable Sync button to upgrade Enter the personal login you set up on the Web of Science ( address and password); this is now also your login for EndNote Online Click on OK If prompted, click Yes to creating a compressed library backup and Save Logging in Go to EndNote Online at: At the login screen, enter your address and password for EndNote Online Note: If you are off-campus you may initially be asked to login with your University computer username and password 4
5 Section 3: Manually adding references Click on the Collect tab Click on New Reference Select the appropriate Reference Type from the drop down menu Fill in the template and Save the reference Tips: Entering author names If you have more than one author, make sure that you enter each author on a separate line E.g.: Smith, John Thompson, Brian If you have a corporate author or body, enter a comma after the name to ensure that it displays correctly E.g.: Department of Health, Section 4: Importing references from databases For information on how to download from the most commonly used databases, see the appendix at the end of this document. Section 4a: Direct export Importing references from the Web of Science The Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database covering journals and conferences relevant to the sciences, arts and social sciences. It has a direct export function to both EndNote Online and EndNote Desktop. Access the Web of Science via NUsearch: Go to the Library webpage at: and click on the NUsearch banner in the centre of the page Click on Databases in the right hand menu, type Web of Science into the Name box and click on Find databases, then click on the Web of Science to access it Exporting references to EndNote Online: Conduct a search and mark some relevant references by ticking the check boxes Click on the Save to EndNote Online link at the top or bottom of the screen Select the Record Content required, e.g. Author, Title, Source, Abstract; Full Record and Cited References Click on Send 5
6 Your Web of Science results page will refresh, and you should see that the references sent to your EndNote Online library are now marked. References sent to your EndNote Online library will be placed in both the Unfiled and All My References folders. Click on either of these folders, or refresh the page, to see the references you have just sent. The SFX links are also transferred enabling you to easily connect to the full text if available. Importing references from NUsearch Go to the Library webpage at: and click on the NUsearch banner in the centre of the page. Sign in to NUsearch at the top of the page Conduct a search To export all the results displayed on the screen, select Add page to e-shelf (under Refine, to the left of the screen) To select individual references for export, click the star icon to the left of the reference; this will automatically add your reference to the e-shelf For references not displaying a star, click on either the title of the article, or click on View all versions, and then click the star icon Click on e-shelf at the top left of the screen Select the references you wish to export to your EndNote Online library From the drop-down menu in the right corner above your references, select Export to EndNote Web Click on Go You should see a screen confirming the number of references sent to you EndNote Online library In EndNote Online click on either the Unfiled or All My References folder, or refresh the page, to see the references you have just sent. The SFX links are also transferred enabling you to easily connect to the full text if available. 6
7 Section 4b: Non-direct export Importing references from the Library Online Catalogue (UNLOC) Some databases do not have a direct export option. The Library Online Catalogue (UNLOC) is an example. This method involves two steps: 1) Saving references as a text file 2) Importing the file into EndNote Online using a filter Step1: Saving references as a text file Access UNLOC at: or from the Library webpage click on Discover our collections > Library catalogues > UNLOC Perform a search and mark some relevant references Click on the Save/Mail Selected option towards the top of the screen Locate the heading Save set of records to disk From the drop-down menu underneath this heading, select Reference management format this will format the references to enable EndNote Online to import the appropriate details Click on Save Your references are now displayed in a tagged format for EndNote Online If you are using Internet Explorer, click the icon (Tools), File, then Save as If you are using Chrome, click the icon (Customize and control Google Chrome), then select Save page as Choose a location to save your file to, e.g. your Z drive Give your file a File name From the Save as type drop-down menu, select text file (*.txt) or Text Document Click on Save 7
8 Step 2: Importing references into EndNote Online Open your EndNote Online library From the Collect tab, select Import References Click on Select Favorites, then locate and highlight the RefMan RIS filter Click on Copy to Favorites, then click on Hide to close the Favorites box Click on Choose File to locate the text file of references you have just saved Select the file and click on Open From the Import Option drop-down menu, select the RefMan RIS filter From the To drop-down menu, select [Unfiled] Click on Import You will see your references have been imported to an [Unfiled] group, click on [Unfiled] to view them Section 5: Importing details of webpages It is possible to import the details of a webpage directly into your EndNote Online library. From the Options tab, select Download Installers 8
9 Drag the Capture Reference button onto your Favourites bar in your browser; further help is detailed on the Download Installers page if needed Go to the web page you wish to reference Click the Capture Reference button you have saved on your Favourites bar A dialogue box will open showing details of the web page you wish to save Select my.endnote.com and then click Save To You should see a screen confirming the web page reference was captured successfully In EndNote Online click on either the Unfiled or All My References folder, to view the reference Section 6: Managing references Click on the My References tab Note that the first folder listed is called All My References. This contains all the references you have added to EndNote Online, and is automatically arranged in alphabetical order by author name. 9
10 Editing a reference Click on the title of a reference to open the full record Click in the relevant fields to make any changes or additions to the details Sorting references References can easily be re-sorted by year or title by clicking on the relevant column headings. Click a second time to reverse the order. To return to author order, click the author column heading. Searching for references There is a Quick Search box on the left hand side of the screen where keywords, author names etc can be used to locate references. It is possible to use the wildcard * to find variant word endings. You can search in All My References or choose a specific group from the drop-down list. Organising references into groups New groups can be created to collect together references on a particular topic. Go to the Organize tab and to Manage My Groups Create a group by clicking on New group and typing in a name (Note: You may be asked to allow scripted windows at this point; click on the yellow bar to temporarily allow, then click on New group again and retype the group name). 10
11 Go to the My References tab to allocate references to your new group Mark some references by clicking the left-hand boxes Click on Add to group at the top of the screen Select your new group from the drop-down list Note: Records added to groups also remain in your master list of references (All My References). Sharing groups You can opt to share a group with another EndNote Online user. Click on the Organize tab Click on Manage My Groups Select the group you wish to share Click on the Manage Sharing button Click on Start sharing this group Type in the address(es) of those with whom you wish to share your references Specify whether you want the person to have Read only or Read & Write privileges Click on Apply From the Organize tab and then Others Groups, you can link to groups being shared with you by other people. Discarding duplicate references As you import references from more databases you may find that some of your references are duplicated within your EndNote Library. To discard your duplicate references: Go to the Organize tab Click on Find Duplicates 11
12 You will see the duplicate references have automatically been ticked Click on Delete to send the duplicates to your Trash folder To completely delete the duplicates from your EndNote library, click on Empty Section 7: Linking to, attaching and viewing full-text It is possible to link to the full-text of journal articles from within EndNote Online, and also to manually attach PDFs to specific references. Linking to the full-text You can check for the availability of full-text articles from within EndNote Online by clicking on the SFX links imported from databases alongside your references. If the University subscribes to the full-text of an article, you will be able to access it. Once you have found the full-text you can save it, often as a PDF, and then attach it manually to the relevant reference within your EndNote Online library (see Attaching PDFs to references section below). 12
13 Attaching PDFs to references Click on the paperclip icon underneath the reference, then click on Attach files Click on Choose File Browse for the document, then click on Open Click on upload Click on Close You should now see that the paperclip icon has turned from grey to blue to indicate that a document is attached to the reference Viewing PDFs Click on the blue paperclip icon underneath the reference, then click on the filename to open the PDF 13
14 You can also access PDFs you have attached to references by clicking on the Organize tab, then Manage Attachments. Click on the file name to open the document. Section 8: Creating a reference list Click on the Format tab and then Bibliography Click on the drop down menu next to References and select the relevant group of references Click on Select Favorites, next to the Bibliographic style drop-down menu Scroll through the alphabetical list of reference styles displayed and select a few relevant options, e.g. Harvard, Vancouver etc., then click on Copy to Favorites Click on Hide to close the list of reference styles Click on the drop down menu next to Bibliographic style and select a style you have just copied from the main alphabetical list Click on the drop down menu next to File format and select an appropriate format, e.g. RTF (rich text file) 14
15 Click on Preview & Print to display your list of references (Note: Pop-ups may be blocked at this point; if so, allow pop-ups, select your options again from the drop down menus and click Preview & Print to display your reference list) Click on Print this Page Alternatively, you can choose to Save your list of references, or send them to an address Note: the bibliographic styles available in EndNote Online are similar to those in EndNote Desktop but they cannot be customised Section 9: Using EndNote Online with Word 2010 and 2007 To insert citations into Word documents from your EndNote Online library, and to format your bibliographies, an EndNote plug-in is required. This plug-in has automatically been installed on University networked PCs. However, to use EndNote Online with Word on a computer not connected to the University network, you will need to install the plug-in yourself. Click on the Format tab and then on Cite While You Write Plug-in You will see there are Installation Instructions available to help you, and options to download the plug-in for either Windows or Macintosh Inserting an EndNote citation into a Word document To open Word on University networked PC: Click on the Start button 15
16 Click on All Programs Click on Microsoft Office Click on Microsoft Word Open an existing paper or begin typing a new paper You should see that an EndNote tab is available in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If you cannot see this, close Word down and then re-open it. Note: Make sure your EndNote Online library is open when working with Word, and also make sure the appropriate EndNote tab is displaying in Word to ensure Word links to your EndNote Online Library, you should make sure the Endnote Online tab is displaying Tip: If you need to switch the EndNote tab from Endnote X7 (Desktop version) to EndNote Online in the toolbar in Word: Click on the EndNote tab Click on Preferences in the far right column Choose the Applications tab Choose EndNote Online from the drop-down menu Enter your address and password for EndNote Online to login Note: the tab for EndNote Online is simply headed EndNote To insert a citation: Click on the EndNote tab Click on Insert Citations in the top left-hand corner A dialog box will open; search for the reference you require and then click on Find Highlight the reference you need and then click on Insert This will insert the reference within your text and begin creating the bibliography Repeat the process to insert additional references; then save your document 16
17 Formatting with a different bibliographic style: To format your reference list according to the reference style of your choice: Click on the EndNote tab, and then click on the Style drop-down menu You should see some default styles listed, such as Author-Date and Numbered, along with any additional styles you have previously selected as favourites Select the style you want; both your in-text citations and bibliography will be reformatted in the referencing style you selected To see a full list of reference styles, click on Select Another Style from the Style drop-down menu, and select the style you want to reformat your document If you can t see any further styles, you can select these from within EndNote Online itself: o o o o o o Click on the Format tab Click on Bibliography Click on Select Favorites Select your style(s) Click on Copy to Favorites The new styles should now display in both your EndNote Online Library, and in your Style drop-down in Word Tip: If you use both EndNote Desktop and EndNote Online, you can only select references from one or the other package when working with Word Section 10: Syncing your EndNote Online and EndNote Desktop libraries You can set your EndNote Online and EndNote Desktop libraries to sync if you wish. This means you can work with both systems. Note: You must set up sync from your EndNote Desktop library, and you must be registered on the most recent version of EndNote Online 17
18 To enable sync: Open your EndNote Desktop library Click on Edit, in the top menu bar Click on Preferences Click on Sync Click on Enable Sync Enter your EndNote Online username and password to upgrade to the most recent version of EndNote Online Enter your address and password for EndNote Online to login Click on OK If prompted, click Yes to creating a compressed library backup and Save You should then find that the same references are found within both your EndNote and EndNote Online libraries. Tip: Sync one library only Do not sync more than one Desktop library with your EndNote Online library as there is the possibility that it could merge references from different libraries. It is always recommended to have one EndNote Desktop library and to use the groups function to manage and organise your references. If you are using a version of EndNote Desktop which is earlier than X6, the sync option is not available. However you can export a file of your references from EndNote Online to your EndNote Desktop library. Click on the Format tab and then Export References Click on the drop-down menu next to References and select the relevant group of references you wish to export to EndNote Desktop Click on the drop down menu next to Export style and select EndNote Export 18
19 Section 11: Using EndNote Online once you have left the University Whilst at Nottingham, you have access to the enhanced features of EndNote Online through the University s site licence for the software. Once you leave the University, you will have continued access to the references you have saved, but through EndNote Basic, the free version of EndNote Online. EndNote Basic is still fully functional, but has fewer referencing styles and import filters. You ll find more information about EndNote Basic, including features and capacity at: If you have used your University address to register for EndNote Online we recommend that you change this to a personal address before you leave the University to ensure continued access to EndNote Basic. From your EndNote Online library: Click on the Options tab Click on Address and enter your new address Section 12: Further information FAQs Quick reference guide For information on how to reference particular types of material, see: If you have any further queries, please contact the Library Helpline: or 19
20 Appendix Downloading from commonly used databases The table below shows how you would download from some of the more commonly used databases. Remember that databases can be provided by different suppliers. Make sure you download the correct supplier s filter. If in doubt please contact the Library Helpline: Currently, there may be differences in how you download if you are using a networked PC on-campus or a PC or laptop off-campus. From off-campus Download the Microsoft Word Cite While You Write Plug-in, which also contains an export helper enabling most databases to import references directly If you do not have EndNote Desktop on your computer, the references should download immediately into your EndNote Online library If you are using both EndNote Desktop and EndNote Online on your computer, you will be prompted to select which library (EndNote Desktop or EndNote Online) you wish to download your references to On campus The plug-in is not currently downloaded onto University computers, so the direct download is not available. For most databases you will need to save a file and import into EndNote Online. In cases where the database tries to import into EndNote only and does not allow you to save a file to import into EndNote Online, you should use the Firefox browser rather than Internet Explorer. More details about importing into the key databases are listed in the table below: 20
21 Supplier Database Downloading from databases off campus Downloading from databases on campus Importing into EndNote Online CAS SciFinder Click on export Click on Export From the Collect tab Choose citation export format (*.RIS) Click on Export Choose Citation export format (*.RIS) Click on Export Click on Save as Click on Import References Browse for the saved.ris file Enter your address and password for EndNote Online Save as the default RIS formatted file Choose the import option: RefMan RIS References automatically imported Choose a group to import to Click Import EBSCO Business Source Premier CINAHL Historical Abstracts Add references to folder Go to Folder View Click on Export Choose Direct export to EndNote Web Click on Save Click on blue folder icon Go to Folder View Click on Export Choose Direct export to EndNote Web Click on Save References automatically imported Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported Ei Ei Compendex (Engineering Village) Click on Download Select My PC under Location Select EndNote (RIS, Ref. Manager) under Format Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported Click on Download Select My PC under Location Select EndNote (RIS, Ref. Manager) under Format Click on Save Click on Save as Save as the default RIS formatted file From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the saved.ris file Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to Click Import 21
22 Elsevier Science Direct Click on Export On Campus Use Firefox From the Collect tab Export file: Select RIS (for EndNote, Reference Manager, and Procite) Content: Select level of information you require Click Export Enter your address and password for EndNote Online Click on Export Export file: Select RIS (for EndNote, Reference Manager, and Procite) Content: Select level of information you require Click Export Click on Save as Save as the default RIS formatted file Click on Import References Browse for the saved.ris file Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to Click Import References automatically imported Elsevier Scopus Click on Export Click on Export From the Collect tab Choose RIS Format (EndNote, Reference Manager) Choose the level of information you wish to be imported Click on Export Enter your address and password for EndNote Online Choose RIS Format (EndNote, Reference Manager) Choose the level of information that you wish to be imported Click on Export Click on Save as Save as the default RIS formatted file Click on Import References Browse for the saved.ris file Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to Click Import References automatically imported Google Google Scholar On the Google Scholar home page, go to Settings Under Bibliography Manager, select Show links to import citations into EndNote Click on Save Search for your references Click on Import into EndNote link On Campus Use Firefox There are two options: 1) Changing Google Scholar settings: Go to Settings on the home page Under Bibliography Manager, select Show links to import citations into EndNote From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the saved.ris file Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to 22
23 Click on Save Click Import Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported Search for your references Click on the Import into RefMan link Save the file IEEE IEEE Xplore Mark references Click on Download Citations Output Format: EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite Click on Download Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported NLM PubMed There are 2 options: 1) Searching within PubMed Mark references Click on Send to Choose Citation manager Click on Create File Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported 2) Export from the publisher page Click on the title link within your Google Scholar results to go to the publisher homepage Better export options may be available On Campus Use Firefox Mark references Click on Download Citations Output Format: EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite Click on Download Click on Save File Click on OK On Campus Use Firefox There are 2 options: 1) Searching within PubMed Mark references Click on Send to Choose Citation manager Click on Create File Click on Save File Click on OK From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the downloaded folder (probably within My Documents and Downloads) Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to Click Import From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the downloaded folder (probably within My Documents and Downloads) Choose Pubmed (NLM) filter 23
24 Choose a group to import to Click Import 2) Searching from EndNote Online 2) Searching from EndNote Online From the Collect tab, click on Online Search From the Collect tab, click on Online Search Choose PubMed Choose PubMed Click on Connect Click on Connect Enter your search Enter your search Choose whether you want all references retrieved or a range of references Choose whether you want all references retrieved or a range of references Click on Search Click on Search Click on Retrieve (Note: there is no way to view the references you find before they are imported) Click on Retrieve (Note: there is no way to view the references you find before they are imported) OvidSP Various databases including: AMED CAB Abstracts Embase Food science & technology abstracts Inspec International Pharmaceutic al Abstracts Medline Click on Export From the Export To drop-down menu, choose EndNote Choose the amount of information to export (it may work better if you select Complete Reference) Click on Export Citations Enter your address and password for EndNote Online References automatically imported Some manual editing may be required (see final column) Click on Export From the Export To drop-down menu, choose: Reprint/Medlars Choose the amount of information to export (it may work better if you select Complete Reference) Click on Export Citations Click on Save as From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the saved file Choose the import option for the database name (e.g. Medline OvidSP, AMED OvidSP etc.) Some manual editing may be required. E.g. when downloading from CAB Abstracts the year may be missing, or when downloading from INSPEC, the volume, year and pages are not always put in the correct field (Exporting the complete reference rather than just the citation may solve this.) PsycInfo Choose a group to import to 24
25 Click Import Proquest Various indexes including: ABI/Inform ASSIA Biological Sciences British Humanities Index Environment al Science Medline etc. You may first need to disable pop up blockers (tools > popup blocker > turn off popup blocker, or, internet options > privacy > untick turn on pop up blocker) Click on More Click on RIS (works with EndNote etc.) Scroll to the bottom of the window and click on Continue Enter your address and password for EndNote Online On Campus Use Firefox You may first need to disable pop up blockers (tools > popup blocker > turn off popup blocker, or, internet options > privacy > untick turn on pop up blocker) Click on More Click on RIS (works with EndNote etc.) Scroll to the bottom of the window and click on Continue Click on Save File Click on OK From the Collect tab Click on Import References Browse for the downloaded folder (probably within My Documents and Downloads) Choose the import option: RefMan RIS Choose a group to import to Click Import Thomson (TS) Web of Knowledge including: Web of Science BIOSIS Zoological records Click on Save to EndNote online Enter your address and password for EndNote Online Choose the amount of information to export Click on Send References automatically imported Click on Save to EndNote online Choose the amount of information to export Click on Send Enter your address and password for EndNote Online Correct import filter is selected automatically 25
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