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Last Updated: Jun 13, 2014 URL: http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu/Endnote Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Google Scholar

Want to add items from Google Scholar to your EndNote library? 

Change one setting and "Import into EndNote" will be added to each item in Google Scholar.  Visit Scholar Preferences and in the Bibliography Manager section select "Show links to export citations into" and choose EndNote from the drop-down menu.  Click "Save Preferences" and you're done.  Next time you search on Google Scholar, you'll see EndNote as an option.

 

Finding Library Books

You can use either EndNoteWeb or EndNote X5 to import resources from USearch.

 

PubMed

If you search in Pubmed but are sick of needing to export your references to a file and then importing them in EndNote, you might consider searching Medline instead.  Then you'll have the slick "Save to EndNote" button which will import your records without extra steps. If you still want to use pubmed, then you might check out the excellent handouts prepared by Jeanne LeBer of the Eccles Health Sciences Library, or even take one of her classes.

http://registration.med.utah.edu/detail.cfm?class=56

 

Getting EndNote

Description: EndNote remains the favored, time-saving solution for organizing references and creating instant bibliographies.

It has a signifcant learning curve, but if you are a scholar or aspiring scholar you should invest the time now in order to save time and headaches later.

 

Anyone with access to the University of Utah may use Endnote Web for free. You may also purchase Endnote X.7   from the Office of Software Licensing. (You may want to use both programs.)

Need Help?

Contact technical support via e-mail or by phone at 800-336-4474 (at the prompt press 4, and then select the "ResearchSoft Products" option)  Or, get help from the University of Utah Libraries EndNote Support Team

EndNote Tutorials

Tutorials created by Jeanne Le Ber at the Eccles Health Science Library and  other institutions. Please ask if you have questions about how to adapt them to the University of Utah.

 

EndNote Connection File Settings for University Libraries Catalog

NOTE: "Rename any files you have customized as the new versions will overwrite existing files. Once the file(s) is downloaded to your desktop, copy the file(s) to the appropriate folder in your EndNote program directory (usually located in Windows—C:Program FilesEndNoteConnections or Mac OS X— Harddrive: Applications: EndNote: Connections)."

 

Find Full Text Off-Campus in EndNote

If you want to use the feature to have EndNote try to locate full-text versions for you and you're off-campus, you'll want to use a new feature in X3, X4, and X5  that lets you specify the U of Utah's off campus access . Under the EndNote Preferences, on the Find Full Text screen put in the following information. 

The OpenURL path is: http://sfxhosted.exlibrisgroup.com/uutah/az

Authenticate with URL link is: https://login.ezproxy.lib.utah.edu/

When finished, click on OK.

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