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Loyola University Chicago Libraries

EndNote

Exporting citations from the library catalog

Once you have found an item you'd like to export to EndNote, go to the "Save or Cite" section and choose "EndNote".

image of article information in the library catalog

You should be prompted to sign in to your EndNote Online account.

Enter your username and password.  This should be different from your Loyola login credentials.

image of EndNote Online Login screen

On the next screen, you will see the import results from the library catalog.

image of EndNote import results screen

Once you have imported your reference, you will need to organize so you can find it later.

Exporting citations from a database - EBSCO

Exporting from an EBSCO database such as Academic Search Complete or PsycInfo

Once you have found an article to export, look for the "Export" option on the right hand side of the screen.  On some pages it may just appear as a piece of paper with a green arrow.

 

On the next screen, make sure you choose the RIS format compatible with EndNote.  Then click "Save".

A dialog box will pop up asking what you want to do with the file.  This may look different in different browsers. 

Leaving the default - ResearchSoft Direct Export Helper - should save the reference directly into EndNote.

image of Firefox dialog box

The dialog box may disappear and you will have to check EndNote to be sure the reference was imported.

Image of EndNote import confirmation screen

Once you have imported your reference, you will need to organize so you can find it later.

Exporting from a database - ProQuest

Exporting from a ProQuest database such as ABI/Inform or Dissertations and Theses

Once you have found an item to export, click the "Cite" button.

 

On the next screen, make sure you choose the RIS format, compatible with EndNote.

The ProQuest Export/Save dialogue box will open. Leave the RIS option selected and click Continue.

image of ProQuest Export/Save dialog box

A dialog box will pop up asking what you want to do with the file.  This may look different in different browsers. 

Leaving the default - ResearchSoft Direct Export Helper - should save the reference directly into EndNote.

image of Firefox dialogue box

The dialog box may disappear and you will have to check EndNote to be sure the reference was imported.

image of EndNote import confirmation screen

Once you have imported your reference, you will need to organize so you can find it later.