Answered By: Karen Crinnion
Last Updated: May 09, 2017     Views: 63

We recommend exporting article references directly from individual databases rather than Library Search.

However, it is possible to export journal article references from Library Search into EndNote.  To do this, make sure your EndNote library is open.  Then in Library Search click on the required article title until you see the 'Actions' button on the right hand side of the page. Select this and from the dropdown list choose 'EndNote ris' if you are using EndNote desktop. This will open up a new browser window.  Maximise the browser and you will see a file at the bottom of the page (Primo_RIS_export).  Click on the file and it will export the reference to your EndNote library.  


See attached screenshot.


Please note: you should always double check that the reference has exported correctly and that the correct fields have been completed in your EndNote library. Also, if you are using EndNote Online, instead of EndNote desktop, make sure you select 'EndNote web' rather than 'EndNote ris when exporting in Library Search. 

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