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The University Libraries are upgrading USearch. If you use E-Shelf for your research, please use this guide to help you copy your content to either EndNote or Zotero.

Copy Your E-shelf by May 8, 2014 to Avoid Losing Items Saved Since February 14, 2014

We are upgrading Usearch this week! We look forward to the many improvements this upgrade will bring to your experience discovering materials provided by the libraries at the University of Utah. 

This upgrade required us to copy our database on February 14, 2014, which means that any changes to your E-shelf since that date will be lost when we go-live with our improved environment. We deeply apologize for any inconvenience this causes, but hope this guide will provide you with all of the information you need, to preserve your saved research. 

This issue only impacts items saved to your E-shelf. Items checked out or placed on hold to your library account will experience no disruption.

Steps to Move e-Shelf into EndNote

Log into My Library Account

e-Shelf

Select the Records or Folder that You Would Like to Push to EndNoteWeb

 

If you have never used EndNote, please create an account.  For more information, see this guide

Three Records  Should be Imported into EndNote

 

 

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