Save and export references

  1. Go to Library Search
  2. Run your search
  3. Saving
    1. One by one - Use the Add this item pin icon (to the right of the title) to save an item
    2. Mutiple - Use the checkbox (to the left of the title) individually for up to 50 results, then click on the Add item(s) button (the pin icon) at the top of the results list to show labelling options, and add the items to your My favourites
  4. Exporting
    1. From your results (up to 50) - After selecting up to 50 multiple items, click the Show export options (three dots icon) above the list, then select one of the options
    2. From your My favourites (up to 200) - Click on the pin icon (top right) to access your Saved items in My favourites. After selecting up to 200 multiple items individually or using your chosen labels, click the Show export options (three dots icon) above the list, then select one of the options
  5. Options
    1. Choose EndNote RIS (for the desktop version) or
    2. Choose EndNote Web (for the online version).

Export to EndNote Desktop

If you are exporting to the EndNote application:

  1. Click EndNote RIS
  2. Select the default encoding UTF-8 in the popup screen
  3. Click Download to open with EndNote
    • If you are asked to Choose a filter by EndNote, select RefMan RIS.

Note: Mac users may need to configure their system to open downloaded files with EndNote.

Export to EndNote Web

If you are exporting to EndNote Web:

  1. Click EndNote Web
  2. Enter your log in details in the popup screen and click Sign in
  3. Check EndNote Web for imported records.

Additional information

  • Always check the imported references to ensure that data has downloaded correctly
  • You can also email, cite or export individual references