There are three ways to add references into EndNote library:
An efficient way of adding references to your EndNote library is to export them directly from online research databases. The procedure for exporting references from research databases can vary across different databases. Instructions for direct export for a number of key databases are provided below:
|ACM Digital library||ARTstor||BioMed||Cambridge|
|Cochrane||EbscoHost||Google books||Google scholar|
|Ovid Database||Oxford Journals||Proquest||PubMed|
|Sage Journals||Sciencedirect||SciFinder Scholar||Scopus|
|Springerlink||Taylor and Francis||Web of Science||Wiley Online Library|
See instructions below for exporting references from our website:
1. Library Search: a search of the library's collection and huge range of databases
2. Library Catalogue: a general search of the library's books, e-books, DVDs and some articles
3. Deakin Research Online (DRO): our institutional repository containing works produced by Deakin researchers
N.B. If you are using EndNote X6 or earlier versions you need to add Deakin import filters to your EndNote Filter folder. See the first question in EndNote software FAQs page for more information.
Watch the video below for instructions on how to export references from different research databases.
To import PDF journal articles into your EndNote library:
*In some cases a blank reference will be created in your library with the PDF attached. This happens when there is no DOI associated with the article. In these situations, you will need to manually add the reference details into the record. Alternatively, you may prefer to search for the reference in a database and export the article into EndNote.
N.B. More information about importing PDFs into EndNote can be found in Working with PDFs page of this libguide.
You can manually add references into your EndNote library if the reference is not available online to import. To create a new reference: