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Adding References to EndNote

EndNote is compatible with a large number of UTSA Library databases. You can easily create entries in your EndNote library by exporting that information from a database. Please note, the databases only automatically export the citation information for an article (title, author, date, etc.) and does not automatically attach full text PDFs of the article. For information on how to attach full text articles to an entry in your EndNote library, see the Full Text link.

Export Citations from Library Quick Search

Exporting from Library Quick Search

Single Source

Search Library Quick Search

Click the ... next to the item title in the results list

Click Export RIS

Click Download (ignore the drop-down menu that says "Encoding")

Choose to Open with:

If EndNote is not automatically selected in the Open With: menu, choose Other... and select EndNote X9 from the list

Your sources will be added to Endnote Desktop

Multiple sources

Search Library Quick Search

From the results list, click the thumb-tack icon by each item to pin it to your favorites

Click the thumb-tack icon in the upper right corner of the results page to access your favorites

Select the items you'd like to export by checking the box next to each item, or check the box at the top to select all

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Click the ... next to the My Favorites

Click Export RIS

Click Download

Choose to Open with:

If EndNote is not automatically selected in the Open With: menu, choose Other... and select EndNote X9 from the list

Your sources will be added to Endnote Desktop