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How do I use EndNote : 4 - Adding References from Google Scholar

A pictorial guide on basic features and functions of EndNote X7

Tech Tip

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You can only import one reference at a time with Google Scholar.

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Always check the imported reference and amend the errors, if any. While it is convenient to use the import/export feature, imported reference (from databases and Google Scholar) may contain errors.

Adding References from Google Scholar

  1. Open Google Scholar and go to Settings.



  2. At the Bibliography Manager section, select EndNote from the pull down menu and click Save.



  3. Conduct your search in Google Scholar and add the citation that you need by clicking Import into Endnote.



  4. When prompted, click the Open button.

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