To import references from Google Scholar into an EndNote desktop library, users need to configure the Google Scholar Settings first to make the “Import into EndNote” option available in Google Scholar search results. Here are the step-by-step instructions:
To export references from Google Scholar into EndNote, here are the steps.
Note: 1). Using this method, you can export only one reference at a time from Google Scholar into EndNote. 2). Not all the information in the reference can be exported. Fields like keywords and abstracts are not exported. Therefore, if a reference is available in PubMed or other databases, please import it from those resources into EndNote so that more bibliographic information of the record will be included.
To export a batch of references from Google Scholar into EndNote, you need to log in to your gmail account and follow the steps below.
Note: 1). Be aware that using this method, you must sign in your gmail account.
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